U.K. Prepares For Major JSF Procurement Decisions

Credit: Lockheed Martin
The U.K. defense ministry is making the final preparations for purchasing its first squadron of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters. After the £74 million ($114 million) government flip-flop, changing to the F-35C conventional carrier-borne version in 2010 and then reverting to the short-takeoff-and-vertical...

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