Tell me the damned thing can fly,

The production of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is rolling along, with the Marine Corps scheduled to reach “initial operating capability” with its version of the plane by July of 2015. But glitches in software development and testing could push back the final delivery of the “jump-jet” F-35B to the Marine Corps by over a year, according to a new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report. Ironically, The GAO report was published on March 24—the same day South Korea announced that it would buy 40 F-35A fighters (the version being built for the US Air Force).

I don’t think Saint Ronald of Reagan done it this a way.


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