JPO: F-35 Costs Likely To Rise, Engine ‘Crisis’ Improving

Lockheed Martin F--35
Credit: Lockheed Martin
The F-35 Joint Program Office (JPO) is expecting a cost-per-tail increase on the aircraft as negotiations with prime contractor Lockheed Martin continue beyond initial expected deadlines, and a full-rate production decision could slip to fiscal 2024 as the required Joint Simulation Environment (JSE)...

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