McCain Says F-35's Cost May Force Pentagon to Cut Back Purchases

  • Senator asks whether Lockheed fighter fleet can be afforded
  • He says buying 2,443-jet fleet would cost $10 billion a year

The Pentagon must reevaluate whether it can afford to buy its entire planned fleet of F-35 jets, the costliest U.S. weapons system, Senator John McCain said.

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