A continuing resolution (CR) lasting longer than the one now in place until Dec. 11 would slice the number of F-35s the Pentagon plans to buy in its next production lot, jeopardizing the path for reducing the price of the jet to a promised $80-85 million by the end of the decade, according to defense ...


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