An F-35B takes off from Marine Corps Air Station Yuma. Lockheed Martin reports that the outlook is now better and it is on track to deliver at least 36 aircraft this year.

An F-35B takes off from Marine Corps Air Station Yuma. Lockheed Martin reports that the outlook is now better and it is on track to deliver at least 36 aircraft this year.

Building the F-35 Lightning II fighter aircraft has been an odyssey for prime contractor Lockheed Martin...

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