U.K. Expects First JSFs In May

LONDON — The first two F-35 Joint Strike Fighters being bought by the U.K. should be delivered to the government in May, according to Peter Luff, minister for defense equipment and support. The first of the aircraft, BK-1, was rolled out by Lockheed Martin in November. Luff says talks are still...

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