For nearly a year, a chorus of U.S. Air Force leaders has promised to take an unconventional approach to the secretive program charged with delivering a new generation of advanced fighter capabilities, and now, it seems, the chiefs really mean it.  The Air Force last month completed an analysis of alternatives for the Next-Generation Air Dominance (NGAD) program, a milestone that normally precedes a dramatic spending ramp-up as requirements are defined and the competitive phase of the ...

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