The lawsuit above is at least the third False Claims Act lawsuit filed against Lockheed Martin by Houston-based lawyer Samuel Boyd. The previous two involve the Deepwater and F-22 programs. Lockheed, for its part, says it will “vigorously defend this matter in court”.
Read the news article about the lawsuit on Flightglobal.com.
As far as I know, this is the first accusation in public about the quality of the F-35′s software, which has actually been praised by top program officials as an area of high achievement.
New F-35 lawsuit raises software quality questions
By Stephen Trimble on 17 July, 2009 in Uncategorised
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