Final Software Load Plagues F-35 Test Jets

RAF FAIRFORD, ENGLAND – The U.S. Air Force is on the verge of declaring its F-35 Joint Strike Fighters operational after resolving a software bug that caused the jets’ systems to stall out mid-flight and have to be rebooted. But at Edwards Air Force Base, California, the development test (DT) team...

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