Hill Air Force Base trying to maintain F-35, lower costs
Expensive jet » Ogden Air Logistics Complex is key stop in the trillion-dollar Air Force program.
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Any savings on the F-35 will also count toward a wider goal for the Air Force Sustainment Center of finding $1 billion in savings this fiscal year. The Ogden Air Logistics Complex is part of the Sustainment Center.
Baker said he is thinking about the F-35’s future for the Air Force. The U.S. is supposed to buy new F-35s through 2037, and the aircraft is expected to be in combat for years after that.
"There are kids in school now," Baker said, "that will someday work on the F-35 here in the complex."
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