Pentagon fails to account for around $85 million-worth of F-35 parts
May 25, 2023
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The Pentagon has failed to account for some spare parts for its costliest F-35 fighter jets, worth about $85 million. Geopolitical analyst and former US marine Brian Berletic tells us that the whole mess-up around the F-35 is caused by institutionalized corruption and a profits-over-purpose approach by the US military complex.
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