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@9RM2552Republican from Alabama answered…16hrs

No, but set pricing, by economists, for companies to compete for the project

@9NSHTZJDemocrat from Minnesota answered…3mos

I don’t have enough knowledge/information to make a decision.

@9NRXVPPDemocrat from Florida answered…3mos

Yes, we have enough for a while, but if there is a time of crisis, we should start producing more in case we run out.

@9NNH4Y9Working Family from Kansas answered…3mos

No but there should be regulations in place to stop the over spending

@9N37YV7Peace and Freedom from Maryland answered…3mos

@9MV4CP3Socialist from Rhode Island answered…3mos

@9MV3KX4Women’s Equality from Illinois answered…3mos

@9MTNJHWDemocrat from Connecticut answered…3mos

@9MNQ3RTWomen’s Equality from Minnesota answered…3mos

Only if it is nessecery for the health and safety of the public.

@9MMVTQ8Democrat from Utah answered…3mos

The government should reduce the number of planes that they purchase.

@9MHG2BBLibertarian from Massachusetts answered…3mos

@9MCB9D5Green from Kansas answered…3mos

Yes. There needs to be a policy change on how military contracts are negotiated and enforced. There is too much waste (over budget and behind schedule) in the current process.

@9MDFDF8 from New York answered…3mos

@9MBF2DRVeteran from Colorado answered…3mos

This should be a question about restarting the production of the f-22 or about the secret 6 gen fighter that’s been built at record speed and because it’s under trump will be “perfect”

@9M4FPLBWorking Familyfrom Michigan  answered…3mos

No, as cancellation with result in legal actions, which will result in having to pay the fees, while getting no product. Rather, phase out the continued production of the F-35 fighters.

@9M2YTYKDemocrat from North Carolina answered…3mos

@csquared0013Veteran from New Mexico answered…3mos

No but but update the A-10 platform as it was more effective for infantry support.

@9LP2MF5Veteran from Kansas answered…3mos

Pause production while our country is in such an economic downturn; these funds could be used elsewhere right now; we can return to production at a later date.

@9LKGRSVWomen’s Equality from Minnesota answered…3mos

They should not make so many until they know they are effective and worth the cost

@9LJLXZMTranshumanist from North Carolina answered…3mos

@9LJF47LWorking Family from New York answered…3mos

If the technology is still relevant and costs and be kept under control (change orders).

@9LJ6J5FVeteran from New Jersey answered…3mos

@9LH5BW3Socialist from Michigan answered…3mos

Yes, they should put that money towards social and environmental causes instead

@9LD4N5XRepublican from Oklahoma answered…3mos

They should reduce the number of F-35 fighters to a limited few used in special circumstances only

@nicolevortizPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…3mos

@9KSMXMDConstitution from Nebraska answered…3mos

@Weston11Green from California answered…3mos

No since it is now too far into production and service, but revise procurement procedures so that future programs do not go down the same path of mismanagement and corruption.

@9KLGZ7MIndependent from New Jersey answered…3mos

@9KK95YRConstitution from Texas answered…3mos

@9KF6FHHWomen’s Equality from West Virginia answered…3mos

Wait to save up money for the new plane, so when parts run out, we can buy it without hassle.

@9KBXGCKIndependent from Georgia answered…3mos

Give us f22s to support them as the joint strike fighter program was never meant to produce an air supperioty fighter and without one our fancy new planes are subject to slaughter

@9KBVPKJWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…3mos

No, just don't mass-produce military things. We really don't need an insane military.

@9K9X5XNAmerican from Ohio answered…3mos

@9K86N5FLibertarian from Colorado answered…3mos

@9JTSBS9Independent from Virginia answered…3mos

No, but also enhance well-rounded training for pilots (to address and handle, rather than suppress mental stress).

@Benjamin-Shaplei…Democrat from Arkansas answered…3mos

No, but predictable, reasonable budgetary measures should always be in place

@9JHL6YYGreen from Texas answered…3mos

@9JD59SKWomen’s Equality from California answered…3mos

Yes, and create a more cost-efficient and effective fighter. The funds should be allocated more-so to social programs.


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