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05 November 2014


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Let that Eurofighter O&S estimate "oops," along with what the Marines have lately discovered in the Osprey planned-for vs actual O&S cost gap, serve as canaries in the JSF O&S coal mine. Whatever the program has to say about it, the actual lifecycle O&S will be much larger than the numbers being floated.

It would seem likely that budget restrictions are the key issue.

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