“Lockheed has seemed to be focused on short-term business goals,” Frank Kendall, the Pentagon’s top weapons buyer, said this month. “And we’d like to see them focus more on execution of the program and successful delivery of the product.”

In other words, we’d like Lockheed to actually produce the fighter jet we are paying them hundreds of billions of dollars to make. That fighter jet is the F-35, which is not only years behind schedule, but is also the most expensive weapons program in ALL OF TIME. Read more about the failing F-35 program at The New York Times.

U.S. is giving Lockheed a $1 million-a-month pay cut until they can track the cost of the F-35

Read more at Reuters.

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