Pentagon, Lockheed At Odds Over Cost Of F-35 Fixes

Ten years to the date of the F-35 development contract being signed, the Pentagon is playing hardball with Lockheed Martin, its prime contractor for the roughly $300 billion Joint Strike Fighter, the largest program on the Defense Department’s books. Bob Stevens, CEO of the Pentagon’s largest...

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