Enabling the Global F-35 Fleet: Shaping a Common Logistical Approach

06/08/2012Building a 21st century fighter from the ground up with Unique Item Identification built in. Read more »

Heritage Event on F-35 and Allies

06/08/2012On June 7, 2012, one day after the D-Day remembrance, Heritage Foundation held an event on the F-35 and allies. The focus of the meeting was identified as… Read more »

The Aussie Air Chief on the Strategic Need for the F-35

06/07/2012Air Chief Wants Major Military Spend By David Ellery The Sydney Morning Herald http://www.smh.com.au/national/air-force-chief-wants-major-military-spend-20120606-1zvy6.html Excerpts: A hawkish Chief of Air Force, Air Marshal Geoff Brown, has called for… Read more »

The Impact of the F-35B: Strategic Deterrence with Tactical Flexibility

05/27/2012The strategic deterrence, with tactical flexibility, of the F-35B is in the recovery part of an air campaign when they return from a combat mission. Read more »

Turkey assertive in aeronautics business

05/25/2012İZMİR – Anatolia News Agency Turkey can be as significant a production base in aeronautics as it is in automotives, Turkey’s Defense Industries Undersecretary Murad Bayar said yesterday,… Read more »

Heroux-Devtek says F-35 fighter jet sales will be stable in coming years

05/25/2012By: Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press MONTREAL – Heroux-Devtek expects of its production of landing gear for the F-35 jet fighter will remain stable for the next few… Read more »

F-35B lifts off for first flight at Eglin

05/23/2012The F-35B flight training begins at the joint training facility at Eglin AFB. Read more »

Getting on With It: Step Up F-35 Production

05/19/2012Generals Corley and Looney argue that we need to get on with it and produce the F-35.  General Deptula provides his insights as well. Read more »

F-16s Set Example of Concurrent Development

05/19/2012By Gordon England May 7, 2012 Excerpts from Defense News Why is the F-16 fighter jet so successful, with 4,500 airplanes delivered and, 30 years later, still in… Read more »