F-35 Retrofit Cost Estimates Drop

Credit: USAF
The Pentagon now expects to pay $480 million less than it had figured on only eight months ago for retrofits to the first 90 F-35 fighters, based on revised cost projections of changes predicted to emerge through the end of development in 2017. The updated cost figures were sent to Congress last...

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