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Inspector general faults Lockheed for 'catch it later' attitude toward F-35 problems

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Defense Department officials, Lockheed Martin and a long list of subcontractors have failed to exercise proper oversight over construction of the F-35 fighter jet, the Pentagon's most expensive program, according to a new report by the DOD inspector general. As lead contractor, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics bore the brunt of the IG's blame for lack of quality assurance. "On average, at final...

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