Ongoing Legal Dispute Caused 2.5-Year F-35 System Delay

Credit: F-35A inspection USAF
An ongoing legal dispute between the U.S. government and Lockheed Martin over intellectual property rights has emerged as the source of a 2.5-year-long delay in activating a key F-35 system required to complete initial operational testing and make a full-rate production decision, according to Lt...

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