December 14, 2015
PINELLAS PARK — Daniel Conroy knows the F-35 Lightning II program has had its problems, delayed for years and costing far more than first expected.
But the Pentagon’s ambitious fighter jet project is finally back on track, says Conroy, director of the Air Force F-35 program for Lockheed Martin, which is building the plane.
“The program has been challenging, flight test has been difficult, but we’ve worked through a lot of issues,” Conroy said Monday at Lockheed Martin’s facility here. “We can see the light at the end of the tunnel.”[FULL ARTICLE]