JPO, Lockheed to meet this spring to discuss F-35 software deficiencies

By Lee Hudson  
March 2, 2018 at 5:45 PM
The F-35 joint program office and Lockheed Martin will hold a "Consideration Summit" in a few months to discuss software deficiencies and make sure the government does not pay for the same product twice. F-35 Program Executive Officer Vice Adm. Mat Winter told reporters during a Feb. 28 roundtable in Arlington, VA, the Joint Strike Fighter's Block 3F deficiency database contains roughly 200 deficiencies that will be addressed during the post-systems development and demonstration phase and before Block 4. SDD...

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