Pentagon watchdog cites F-35 fixes needed

09/26/2013 | Bloomberg

A new report released by the Pentagon inspector general cites quality problems in the Lockheed Martin F-35 fighter jet program and outlines actions that need to be taken to fix the issues. The majority of the "corrective action plans" the watchdog unit notes already have been taken by Lockheed, with the rest set for an April deadline, the company says.

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