The Status of JSF and the F-22

The Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), which is expected to go into Engineering & Manufacturing Development (EMD) in FY2001, is the Pentagon’s answer to controlling the spiraling costs of military aircraft. JSF will satisfy the needs of the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps with variations on a single design.|

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