‘Spy’ F-35s send sensitive Norwegian military data back to Lockheed Martin in the United States


F-35 stealth fighter caught spying on its owners

http://jbnconsulting.net/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://jbnconsulting.net/jobs THE marketing campaign makes it clear: The F-35 justifies its enormous cost and limited weapons load by being sneaky and enormously well informed. But its international customers probably didn’t expect this. Norwegian defence officials have caught one of their new $A120 million (less research and development costs) F-35A Lightning II Block 3F stealth jets sending sensitive data back to its US manufacturer – Lockheed Martin.

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