Will The U.S. Retrofit Older F-35s To Fight Or Buy New?

Credit: USAF
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland—Faced with a set of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters that are too limited to fly in combat, the U.S. military is faced with the question of what to do with them—upgrade or buy new? The F-35 Joint Program Office is on the cusp of a major increase in F-35 production of F-35s. In...

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