F-35 Development Could See 7-Month Slip, $530M Increase

Credit: Lockheed Martin
Just a week after president-elect Donald Trump slammed Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) as “out of control,” the Pentagon revealed that it is preparing for a delay of up to seven months in the new fighter’s development program and projecting cost growth of $530 million. Defense...

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