F-35 Debut Hobbled by Flawed Software, Pentagon Tester Finds

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Flawed software will hobble the first of Lockheed Martin Corp.’s F-35 fighters to be called combat-ready, limiting the plane’s ability to drop bombs, share data with other aircraft and track enemy radar, the Defense Department’s chief weapons tester found.

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