Navy May Be Moving to Cut Back on F-35C
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AOL Defense says CNO Greenert is ready to cut back on the F-35C. The cancellation of the F-22 is likely to add to the cost of the engine for the Joint Strike Fighter program, Aviation Week reports. But the Navy is not biting just yet on improvements to the existing fleet of F/A-18 Hornets, Defense Tech reports.
NAWCAD contracts a non-profit to help it open up its facilities to industry partners and become a Center of Excellence for unmanned aviation (paywall), Inside Defense reports.
The Office of Budget and Management will be testifying to Congress about the effects of sequestration after all, The Hill reports.
Marines blame bad flying for the V-22 Osprey crash in Morocco in April, AOL Defense reports.
Eight Tricare data theft lawsuits against SAIC have been consolidated into a single Washington, D.C. case, Washington Technology reports.