F-35 Delayed After Fourth Prototype Becomes…

THE PENTAGON — The military's problematic F-35 fighter jet is facing more delays related to “software issues,” as project engineers were forced to euthanize the fourth prototype to gain self-awareness on Monday. According to Air Force Lt. Gen. Christopher Bogdan, who heads the Pentagon's F-35 program, the delay comes at a critical time in the Joint Strike Fighter's development cycle, but “shouldn't take more than a few billion dollars” to address.

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