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Lockheed’s latest project makes the F-35 look like a used Camry. Meet the CH-53K King Stallion, the brand-new $138 million helicopter — and officially now the most expensive aircraft in the Pentagon’s arsenal

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During the Washington trials, the crew had to transmit a moderately sized 200 MB ALIS file over the ship’s satellite network. It took two days.

The F-35 program relies on the Autonomic Logistics Information System (ALIS), the enormous and complex computer system all F-35s use for mission planning, maintenance diagnosis, maintenance scheduling, parts ordering and more. To work properly, the system has to move large volumes of data across the network on and off the ship.
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