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The service announced the name of the new long-range strike bomber after a suspenseful build-up at the annual Air Force Association conference.
Insulating material around an avionics cooling line in a fuel tank was found to be shedding, the F-35 Joint Program Office said.
Upgrade includes winglets, Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 retrofit avionics and replacement Williams International FJ44-4A-32 engines.
The manufacturer and partner Saab of Sweden rolled out the new jet during a rousing ceremony in St. Louis.
Earlier this year, Quest named Santiago, Chile-based Aeroservicio as its authorized Kodiak sales representative for Chile.
Market outlook projects demand nearly 7,000 airplanes over the next two decades
The manufacturer plans to produce 150 JDAM tail kits each day from its St. Charles, Mo., facility, and more if necessary.
The move allows Piper to produce, flight test and issue airworthiness certificates for the M600 for customer deliveries.
The US subsidiary of the Israeli company offers a variety of aircraft protection and modernization solutions.
Airbus is still hoping to sell 50 H225Ms, while attack helicopters and VIP transports will also be discussed.