Pentagon Working To Back Up Main F-35 Server

Credit: Four F-35 Lightning II aircraft prepare for takeoff at Hill AFB, Utah, on May 4.: USAF

FORT WORTH—The F-35 Joint Program Office (JPO) plans to address the potential vulnerability of its main data hub, replicating by the end of the year the single F-35 server that currently houses every piece of data flowing in from the fleet. The F-35 program office has come under fire in recent...

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