Exception PCB, based in England, creates circuit boards that "control many of F-35's core capabilities," broadcaster Sky News reports. UK's defence ministry says there are "no risks associated with their product in the F-35 aircraft supply chain".
"Despite some statements, the process of procuring F-35 jets is working fine. Our pilots and maintenance team continue training in the US," - Turkish Defebce Minister Hulusi Akar.
Two Turkish companies, ASELSAN and Turkish Aerospace Industries, were listed in the top 100 world arms producing and military service companies list in 2017, according to SIPRI.
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US will strengthen military "like never ever before," says US President Donald Trump after signing a $716 billion defence policy bill that also temporarily halts sale of F-35 fighter jets to Turkey.
At a special ceremony in Fort Worth, Texas, Turkey will take delivery of two F-35 Lockheed Martin-made fighter jets. After Turkish pilots will be trained, the jets will arrive in the country in 2020.
Delivery of the first F-35 fighter jets to Turkey will take place in spite of a number of US congressmen urging the Trump administration to suspend the procurement because of the latter’s decision to buy Russian S-400 advanced air defence systems.
From January through August 7, 2017, F-35 aircraft were unable to fly about 22 percent of the time due to parts shortages stemming from incomplete plans and funding.
The US planemaker said it had more than 240 orders and commitments from at least 10 customers for the new 737 MAX 10. President Emmanuel Macron flew into Paris on an Airbus A400M military transporter to open the world's biggest air show.
The South Korean president says he was shocked to find that additional launchers had been introduced to the US anti-missile system without being reported to the new government or public.
The US says THAAD was installed to counter a growing nuclear threat from North Korea, but the 170 people who live in the village where it is based say setting up a missile defence system on their front door is asking for trouble.
Ties between the US and South Korea are strained over payment for deployment of the controversial Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system. Beijing is also increasingly concerned by developments on the Korean peninsula.
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