Britain’s Team Tempest consortium now has hundreds of millions of pounds invested in technology studies and development work to prepare the resulting next-generation combat aircraft to fly in the battlespace of the 2040s. Nonetheless, long before the platform reaches contested airspace, it will be challenged by the complexity of how to build such an advanced platform both quickly and affordably. BAE Systems—the leading member of the Team Tempest consortium, which includes ...

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