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# Has the US military either cancelled or scaled back production of the F-35 JSF? Is there a problem with too much force on the wings?

Question #111115. Asked by Bronxiteone. (Nov 28 09 7:46 AM)

SiegeTank55

In a test flight, the F-35 JSF had an electrical malfunction and had to redisgn the electrical components. There was also a problem with the right wing flaperons.
However, these jets will probably be available in the year of 2014.

http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/f-35-jsf-hit-by-serious-design-problems-04311/

 Dec 14 09, 8:49 PM

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