Government quietly signed F-35 memorandum in March despite e

Government quietly signed F-35 memorandum in March despite e

Postby Oscar » Wed Dec 07, 2016 8:39 am

Government quietly signed F-35 memorandum in March despite election promise

[ http://www.hilltimes.com/2016/12/07/gov ... L_CAMPAIGN)&goal=0_207adb2c89-72b68d3db7-90669285&mc_cid=72b68d3db7&mc_eid=65e9a66f14 ]

December 7, 2016

The Liberal government signed a “decision memorandum” with the F-35 joint strike fighter office last March that included a possible acquisition of 65 Lockheed Martin stealth attack planes beginning in 2020, the Department of National Defence has disclosed.

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The Great F-35 Dogfighting Controversy

[ http://www.defense-aerospace.com/articl ... versy.html ]
(Source: compiled by Defense-Aerospace.com: published July 03, 2015)

The debate now is not about who won the dogfight, and how, but whether the F-35 has again failed to deliver what its makers promised. (USAF photo)


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F-35 Controversy: Letter Exchange Shows Disagreement Between Auditor General And DND Over Report

[ http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/09/04 ... 55569.html ]

April 11, 2012

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper may have accepted the auditor general's scathing criticism of the troubled F-35 program, but newly released documents show National Defence and Public Works had deep disagreements with Michael Ferguson's findings.

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