For the US Air Force, the latest fifth-generation F-35 fighter jets became a headache when they did not work.
US Air Force Chief of Staff General Charles Brown has admitted the failure of the F-35 fighter jets, saying they failed to achieve the goals for which they were built.
He said the problem that this 25 tons weighing aircraft had to solve is now the problem itself, and now the United States needed a new fighter jet to solve the problems of the F-35.
“The F-35 is like a Ferrari that you can’t use for your day-to-day work, just like you use the Ferrari on Sunday, the F-35 is used once a week,” Brown said.
Former US Air Force program manager Dan Ward recently said that the maintenance and repair of the $100 million aircraft is costly, so the aircraft is not very efficient.