F-35 Upgrades Could Cost More Than $16 Billion, Lawmaker Says

Credit: F-35: Lockheed Martin

The cost to upgrade Lockheed Martin’s F-35 over the next six years could be more than $16 billion, according to an influential lawmaker. The Pentagon’s plan for F-35 follow-on modernization, officially called Continuous Capability Development and Delivery (C2D2), could cost $11 billion to develop...

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