Lockheed’s Secret ‘Project Missouri’ Links F-22, F-35

Credit: Lockheed Martin
Developed with a Cold War mind-set, communications for stealthy aircraft were largely intended to be limited. But that has become a hindrance to operating the F-22 and F-35 on the modern battlefield. To address the jets' inabilities to link to one another—or to legacy fighters—in air campaigns...

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