Air Warfare

PREMIUM: F-35 ’ten-point disadvantage’ is a Canadian government matter, says Lockheed

7th August 2020 - 11:20 GMT | by Tim Martin in London

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Lockheed Martin has responded to claims that the F-35 faces a considerable competitive stumbling block if it is to win Canada’s C$15 billion-C$19 billion ($11 billion-$14 billion) Future Fighter Capability Project (FFCP).

It is understood that the fifth-generation aircraft will be subject to a ’10-point ...

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