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Boeing's X-32: The Plane That Could Have Replaced the F-35 Stealth Fighter

Robert Farley Security, She wasn't pretty, but could the X-32 have done the job? The Department of Defense (DoD) didn’t have to opt for the F-35. In the 1990s, both Boeing and Lockheed Martin bid for the next big fighter contract, a plane that would serve in each of the Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps, as well as grace the air forces of many US allies. Boeing served up the X-32; Lockheed the X-35.
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