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Old 06-13-2019, 07:41 AM   #4281
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New setbacks for the F-35 reported by [Link]

Supersonic flight at the edge of the F-35 jet's flight envelope could cause structural damage or degrade its stealth coating, warn documents […]
The F-35's AN/APG-81 radar has a limited field of view in sea search mode.
The F-35 JPO says a software fix is in development, but may not be ready before 2024. […]
When the F-35 blows a tire, it can set off a chain reaction of potential failures. The problem has been fixed in the carrier variant, but why aren't the "A" and "B" models getting the same correction? […]
A fix is coming for a problem that left two F-35 pilots in ‘excruciating’ pain. Oxygen deprivation isn't the only issue known to cause physiological episodes among F-35 pilots.
When US Navy and Marine F-35 pilots most need performance, the aircraft becomes erratic. The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps’ F-35s become unpredictable to handle when executing the kind of extreme maneuvers a pilot would use in a dogfight or while avoiding a missile. […]
Two F-35 partners threatened to quit the program. Here’s why they didn’t.
How serious were the problems? Serious enough that a couple countries threatened to pull out of the program, according to U.S. Defense Department documents. […]
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Old 06-13-2019, 09:35 AM   #4282
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Old 06-13-2019, 09:47 AM   #4283
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Getting harder and harder for Pierre and his disciples to find things to complain about.

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Old 06-16-2019, 12:03 AM   #4284
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“U.S. And U.K. F-35 Jets Include 'Core' Circuit Boards From Chinese-Owned Company”
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Old 06-16-2019, 12:21 PM   #4285
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Originally Posted by TacoGrease View Post

“U.S. And U.K. F-35 Jets Include 'Core' Circuit Boards From Chinese-Owned Company”
Not as bad as it sounds. Chinese-owned since 2013, after boards were made by Exception PCB. National firewalls apply. If the board was actually made in China by UK/US-owned company, then I would worry a lot more.
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