British Prime Minister David Cameron’s unqualified support of the F-35 program came in a defense budget report that said Britain will not only stick by its plans to buy 138 airplanes, but that it will accelerate its purchases by establishing an additional fighter squadron
British Prime Minister David Cameron’s unqualified support of the F-35 program came in a defense budget report that said Britain will not only stick by its plans to buy 138 airplanes, but that it will accelerate its purchases by establishing an additional fighter squadron U.S. Navy Courtesy photo
British Prime Minister David Cameron’s unqualified support of the F-35 program came in a defense budget report that said Britain will not only stick by its plans to buy 138 airplanes, but that it will accelerate its purchases by establishing an additional fighter squadron U.S. Navy Courtesy photo

F-35 gets big vote of confidence from United Kingdom

November 25, 2015 05:06 PM