Troubling Signs Ahead for the F-35

The market for the F-35 is still strong… but maybe not in its home country. 
In its budget request submitted to Congress, the Pentagon plans to request 78 new aircraft. That’s six less than the Defense Department forecasted it would need for fiscal 2020. And as each fighter jet has a price tag of $406.5 billion, that means over $24 billion in lost sales for Lockheed Martin—principal planemaker and the Pentagon’s top weapons supplier—and partner Northrop Grumm…

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