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January 30, 2014 4:45 PM

New Pentagon report cites cracks in F-35 test planes

Cracks were found on five occasions in fuselage bulkheads, flanges, stiffeners and engine mounts of the F-35 “that will require mitigation plans and may include redesigning parts,” according to the Pentagon’s chief weapons tester.

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