The U.K.’s F-35 Contributions

When it paid $2 billion to become the sole Tier 1 partner on the F-35 in 2001, the U.K. government was not just investing in military hardware; it was investing in its own industrial base. British companies will make an average 15% by value of every Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) built—not just the 138...

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