U.K. Sees No Impact From JSF Cuts

LONDON – Cost increases resulting from the U.S. decision to cut near-term F-35 Joint Strike Fighter purchases and defer procurement do not appear to be affecting the U.K.’s budgeting for purchase of its aircraft. “The resultant increases in aircraft costs are currently judged to be within the...

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