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“Computer spies have broken into the Pentagon’s $300 billion Joint Strike Fighter project — the Defense Department’s costliest weapons program ever — according to current and former government officials familiar with the attacks.

Shortly after takeoff, there were engine problems which resulted in the crash.

The Wall-Street Journal reports a security breach in the F-35 JSF program.

In the case of the fighter-jet program, the intruders were able to copy and siphon off several terabytes of data related to design and electronics systems, officials say, potentially making it easier to defend against the craft…. The Obama administration is likely to soon propose creating a senior White House computer-security post to coordinate policy and a new military command that would take the lead in protecting key computer networks from intrusions, according to senior officials… national security officials, particularly at the National Security Agency, because the access the spies gained could have allowed them to interfere with the system, said one former official.

As for the intrusion into the Air Force’s air-traffic control systems, three current and former officials familiar with the incident said it occurred in recent months. The danger is that intruders might find weaknesses that could be exploited to confuse or damage U. military craft.” SB124027491029837401The Pentagon and Lockheed-Martin Corporation are denying this breach…sort of…

Several members of that group, along with the City of Winooski, lost a court battle in 2016 challenging the findings of a U. Department of Defense environmental study that gave a green light to deploying the planes at the airport.

The Vermont Air National Guard’s current fleet of 18 F-16 aircraft will begin to be replaced with new F-35’s as early as next year.

Of approximately 500 troops in the vicinity of the accident, 23 were killed and over 80 were injured. id=19940323-2 An F-16 crashed into an occupied area of Hengelo, Netherlands.

Fortunately there were no injures and the pilot ejected safely.

The 18 planes based in Vermont would cost over $3 billion.

This money should be used for education, health care, renewable energy, pensions, roads, bridges and other needed public services.

Army paratroops were boarding the plane for an exercise airdrop mission.