U.S. Army Eyes F-35 As Missile Defense Sensor

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama—The U.S. Army is interested in the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II, but not for dropping bombs, close air support or dogfighting. The service believes the F-35 has potential as an airborne sensor for integrated air and missile defense. The F-35 could essentially support the...

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