Simulations Offer Marines Advanced F-35B Weapons, Training

Credit: U.S. Marine Corps/Lockheed Martin
The U.S. Marine Corps is having to wait years longer and pay billions of dollars more than planned to introduce the stealthy F-35B into service, a milestone now planned by December 2015. But, the corps is making use of this delay to attack the cost per flying hour (CPFH), refine its 50-year...

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