Lockheed Martin Reduces Cost Of F-35 Mission Simulator

Credit: F-35 simulator: Lockheed Martin
ORLANDO, Florida—F-35 manufacturer Lockheed Martin says it has reduced the cost of the “full-mission simulator” used to train pilots on the fifth-generation fighter by 25%, or $3 million, per simulator since 2012. Lockheed Martin delivered the first F-35 simulator to Eglin AFB, Florida, in April...

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