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Trump hopes to sidestep an arms pact to sell more drones to sketchy countries
"Once they leave U.S. control, we lose our ability to influence how and where they are used."
A broken computer system is costing F-35 maintainers 45,000 hours a year. Now Lockheed Martin has to rebuild the whole thing
ALIS was blamed for delaying aircraft maintenance, one of the very things it was meant to facilitate.
The F-35 is facing yet another major problem as the Pentagon considers ramping up production
The Pentagon's decision to move into a full-rate production contract for the F-35 jet, made by Lockheed Martin, could be delayed until 2021 because of issues integrating the jet with its testing and training simulators
The Pentagon is getting a nice fat discount on its next order of super-expensive F-35s
The Department of Defense has a "handshake" agreement with Lockheed Martin Co to cut 8.8 percent from the price of its latest order of F-35A fighter jet, shaving a year from the time frame in which each aircraft will cost less than $80 million
The US Army estimates Russia and China’s military capabilities will peak in the next decade
The U.S. Army estimates the Russian army's military capabilities will peak in 2028, closely followed by the Chinese around 2030, giving the United States almost a decade to prepare for those threats, a senior Pentagon official said in an interview on Monday