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Congressional watchdog skeptical on new F-35 logistics system

Thursday, March 19, 2020   (0 Comments)

By Valerie Insinna  |  March 18, 2020  |  Defense News

 

WASHINGTON — The Pentagon is moving forward on a redesign of the F-35’s troubled logistics system, but a congressional watchdog organization is urging the department to hammer out critical details such as the cost and technical risks associated with the new system.

Earlier this year, the F-35 Joint Program Office announced that it would be doing away with the Lockheed Martin-designed Autonomic Logistics Information System, or ALIS, which is used to track and order spare parts, conduct mission planning, guide maintainers through repairs, and other key functions necessary to support the Joint Strike Fighter. READ MORE...


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