Lockheed targeting spring 2020 for F-35 Distributed Mission Training delivery

December 5, 2019 at 8:28 AM
F-35 prime contractor Lockheed Martin hopes to begin deliveries next spring of a Distributed Mission Training capability that will allow Air Force aircraft to connect in virtual environments. The company initially expected to deliver DMT to the F-35’s full mission simulator in 2018, but that date was later pushed to mid-2019. Chauncey McIntosh, Lockheed’s vice president for training and logistics, told Inside Defense& this week the target has been delayed to 2020 and said the company plans to ship...

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