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A shortage of spare engines may leave some F-35s grounded because it’s taking longer than planned to repair a key component of the U.S.’s costliest warplane, according to congressional auditors. “Inadequate maintenance depot capacity leading to a shortage of operating” engines has “grounded F-35s more often and for longer time periods than expected,” the Government Accountability Office said in a new report.