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F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter(BG)

Lockheed X-35 Test Flights

The X-35A CTOL demonstrator successfully completed first flight on 24 October 2000, taking off at 9:06 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time from Palmdale. The initial flight profile included check-outs of the on-board systems, handling characteristics and down-link connections for the constant stream of critical data-transfer to the flight-test technicians at Palmdale and Edwards Air Force Base. The X-35 climbed quickly to an altitude of 10,000 feet, maintained an airspeed of 250 knots while accomplishing a series of figure-eight maneuvers to demonstrate key handling qualities and to validate design predictions.
Prior to the start of System Design and Development (SDD) in Fall 2001, the program facilitated the Services' development of fully validated, affordable operational requirements, and it lowered risk by investing in and demonstrating key leveraging technologies and operational concepts. Upon SDD contract award to Lockheed Martin on 26 October 2001, the program embarked on full development of three affordable and effective JSF variants.

Lockheed F-35 First Flights

15 December 2006: Lockheed Martin Chief Test Pilot Jon S. Beesely takes the first prototype F-35A Lightning II stealth strike fighter for its first test flight at Forth Worth, Texas. Taking off at 12:44 p.m., Central Standard Time (18:44 UTC), Beesley took the prototype, designated AA-1, to 15,000 feet (4,572 meters) at 225 knots (259 miles per hour/417 kilometers per hour) to test the aircraft in landing configuration prior to continuing with other tests.

Beesely said that the F-35A, “. . . handled well, better than the simulator.” He compared it to the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor, and said that it handled like the Raptor, but better.

During the flight a minor problem occurred when two sensors disagreed. Although this was simply a calibration problem, test protocol required that Beesley bring the airplane back. He landed at Fort Worth at 1:19 p.m.

Jon S. Beesley in the cockpit of Lockheed Martin’s prototype F-35A Lightning II. (Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company)

Jon Stephan Beesley was born 5 August 1950 at Rexburg, Idaho. After graduating from Madison High School in Rexburg, he studied at Ricks College, then a two-year school, where he was also captain of the school’s ski team.

Jon Beesley married Miss Evona Christensen, 29 May 1970. They would have six children.

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2011     9        9
2012   29      38
2013   35      73
2014   36    109
2015   45    154
2016   46    200
2017   66    266
2018   91    357

Q1`19 26    383
Q2`19 29    412 
Q3`19 28    440
Q4`19 48?  488?
2019  131? 488?

2019  131/2 490? Winter says LM,while 133 fighters are delivered in 2019(131 for LRIP11, and two from LRIP10)04/05
2019  141/3 501?  Total Aircraft Quantities LRIP 1-11: 499 SOURCE Lockheed Martin,  last LRIP 11 501? 01/17`19
2020                      Lots 12, 13 and 14 to supply 255 F-35 Lightning II > a total of 478 aircraft once finalised. 01/29`19
2020  149     637   Lots 12, 
2021  160     797   Lots 13,
2022  169     966? Lots 14,
2023  169              Lot 15 would include 116 F-35As, 29 F-35Bs, and 24 F-35Cs
2024  157              Lot 16 would include 101 F-35As, 32 F-35Bs, and 24 F-35Cs;
2025  159              Lot 17 would include   98 F-35As, 37 F-35Bs, and 24 F-35Cs;
                              Lots 15, 16 and 17 to supply 485 F-35 Lightning II, The US Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps would together acquire 295 aircraft; development partners would acquire 143 aircraft; and foreign military sales would account for the remaining 47 aircraft

F-35 LIGHTNING II PROGRAM STATUS AND FAST FACTS

Nov 4, 2019

http://mail.dir.bg/~aeronews/FG18-24036_011_F35FastFacts11_2019.pdf

Nov 1, 2019

With more than 450 aircraft operating from 19 bases around the globe, the F-35 is playing a critical role in today's global security environment. More than 910 pilots and 8,350 maintainers have been trained, and the F-35 fleet has surpassed more than 220,000 cumulative flight hours. Eight nations have F-35s operating from a base on their home soil and seven Services have declared Initial Operating Capability.

Oct 3, 2019

http://mail.dir.bg/~aeronews/FG18-24036_010_F35FastFacts10_2019.pdf


Sep 1, 2019

http://mail.dir.bg/~aeronews/FG18-24036_009_F35FastFacts9_2019.pdf


Aug 6, 2019

http://mail.dir.bg/~aeronews/fg18-24036_008_f35fastfacts8_2019_2.pdf


July 10, 2019

http://mail.dir.bg/~aeronews/f-35_fast_facts_-_july_2019.pdf


June 12, 2019

http://mail.dir.bg/~aeronews/Lockheed_Martin_F-35_Fast_Facts_-_June_2019.pdf

Lockheed Martin Reports First Quarter 2019 Results


   

   

Quarters Ended

Aircraft Deliveries 

           

March 31, 2019

 

March 25, 2018

F-35

           

26

 

14

C-130J

           

5

 

3

C-5

           

-

 

1

Government helicopter programs 

           

15

 

18

Commercial helicopter programs 

           

-

 

1

International military helicopter programs

           

2

 

1

Lockheed Martin Reports Second Quarter 2019 Results

 

 

 

Quarters Ended

 

Six Months Ended

Aircraft Deliveries

 

June 30,
2019

 

June 24,
2018

 

June 30,
2019

 

June 24,
2018

F-35

 

29

 

25

 

55

 

39

C-130J

 

8

 

8

 

13

 

11

C-5

 

-

 

2

 

-

 

3

Government helicopter programs

 

26

 

29

 

41

 

47

Commercial helicopter programs

 

-

 

-

 

-

 

1

International military helicopter programs

 

1

 

-

 

3

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Number of Weeks in Reporting Period

 

 

 

 

 

2019

 

2018

First quarter

 

 

 

 

 

13

 

12

Second quarter

 

 

 

 

 

13

 

13

Third quarter

 

 

 

 

 

13

 

14

Fourth quarter

 

 

 

 

 

13

 

13











Lockheed Martin Reports Third Quarter 2019 Results

 

 

Quarters Ended

 

Nine Months Ended

 

Aircraft Deliveries

 

Sept. 29,
2019

 

Sept. 30,
2018

 

Sept. 29,
2019

 

Sept. 30,
2018

 

F-35

 

28

 

20

 

83

 

59

 

C-130J

 

6

 

7

 

19

 

18

 

C-5

 

-

 

1

 

-

 

4

 

Government helicopter programs

 

20

 

28

 

61

 

75

 

Commercial helicopter programs

 

-

 

1

 

-

 

2

 

International military helicopter programs  

2

 

4

 

5

 

5

F-35 Lightning II

June 30, 2019
F-35A 293

198 USAF AF-06/AF-202
  10  Italy: AL-01/AL-10
  19 Norway: AM-01/AM-19 
  16 Australia: AU-01/AU-16
   8 Netherland: AN 1/AN-8
   4 Turkey: AT-01/AT-04
55 F-35  for international partner nations
  10 S.Korea: AW-01/AW-10
  17 Israel:   AS-01/AS-17
  13 Japan: AX-01/AX-13

40 F-35  for Foreign Military Sales customers

F-35B   91
72 US     BF-06/BF-77

17 UK     BK-01/BK-17
  2
Italy: BL-01/BL-02 

F-35C   30
CF-06/CF-35

All US F-35-299 + 113 non US F-35=412
September 30, 2019
F-35A 310

204 USAF AF-06/AF-209 17-5267
  10  Italy: AL-01/AL-10
  22 Norway: AM-01/AM-22
  16 Australia: AU-01/AU-16
   8 Netherland: AN 1/AN-8 +
AN-9   
   4 Turkey: AT-01/AT-04
60 F-35  for international partner nations
  11 S.Korea: AW-01/AW-11
  20 Israel:   AS-01/AS-20
  15 Japan: AX-01/AX-15

46 F-35  for Foreign Military Sales customers

F-35B   99
79 US     BF-06/BF-84?

18 UK     BK-01/BK-18
  2
Italy: BL-01/BL-02/ 

F-35C   33
CF-06/CF-38 
169633 (CF-38) NAS Lemoore  Oct 3, 2019.
All US F-35-316 + 126 non US F-35=442(-2)
October 31, 2019
F-35A 324
210 USAF AF-06/AF-215 17-5273
  11 Italy: AL-01/AL-11
  22 Norway: AM-01/AM-22
  18 Australia: AU-01/AU-18
18   
    9 Netherland: AN 1/AN-9
  
    6 Turkey: AT-01/AT-06
66 F-35  for international partner nations
  11 S.Korea: AW-01/AW-11, 09/10/11
Hickam 25/10
  21 Israel:   AS-01/AS-21
First flight on October 1st, 2019.  
  16 Japan: AX-01/AX-16

48 F-35  for Foreign Military Sales customers

F-35B   99
79 US     BF-06/BF-84

18 UK    BK-01/BK-18
  2
Italy: BL-01/BL-02/ 

F-35C   33
CF-06/CF-38 
169633 (CF-38) NAS Lemoore  Oct 3, 2019.
All US F-35-322 + 134 non US F-35=456
November 30, 2019
F-35A 331
216 USAF AF-06/AF-221 17-5279  f/f 04-11-2019    
  10 Netherland: AN 1/AN-10
  f/f 04-11-2019 
67 F-35  for international partner nations

48 F-35  for Foreign Military Sales customers

F-35B   101
81 US     BF-06/BF-86

18 UK    BK-01/BK-18
  2
Italy: BL-01/BL-02/ 

F-35C   34
CF-06/CF-39
169634 First flight on October 23rd, 2019.
All US F-35-331 + 135 non US F-35=466
2019
F-35A 334+7

219 USAF AF-06/AF-224 17-5282/ AF-231 17-5289
  11 Italy: AL-01/AL-11
  22 Norway: AM-01/AM-22
  18 Australia: AU-01/AU-18
18   
  10 Netherland: AN 1/AN-9
  
    6 Turkey: AT-01/AT-06
 
67 F-35  for international partner nations

  11 S.Korea: AW-01/AW-11
  21 Israel:   AS-01/AS-21 
 
  16 Japan: AX-01/AX-16

48 F-35  for Foreign Military Sales customers

F-35B   101+6
81 US     BF-06/BF-86

18 UK    BK-01/BK-18
  2
Italy: BL-01/
BL-02/ 

F-35C   34+6
CF-06/CF-39
169634 First flight on October 23rd, 2019.
All US F-35-334+22 + 135 non US F-35=469+19=488

Contracts

Lot 14 contract (N00019-17-C-0001)  (N00019-18-C-1021).
Lot 13
Lot 12
Lot 11 contract (N00019-18-C-1048); issued May 24, 2018

Contracts For Aug. 23, 2019

Lockheed Martin Corp., Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co., Fort Worth, Texas, is awarded $2,426,326,544 for modification P00002 to previously awarded firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract N00019-19-D-0015 F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter initial spares for the Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, non-U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) participants, and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) customers.  Spares to be procured include global spares packages, base spares packages, deployment spares packages, afloat spares packages and associated consumables.  Work will be performed in Fort Worth, Texas (24.4%); El Segundo, California (9.1%); Owego, New York (8.6%); Samlesbury, United Kingdom (7.2%); Cheltenham, United Kingdom (6.2%); Nashua, New Hampshire (5.8%); Torrance, California (5.5%); Orlando, Florida (4.9%); Cedar Rapids, Iowa (3.7%); San Diego, California (3.6%); Phoenix, Arizona (3.1%); Melbourne, Florida (3.1%); Irvine, California (2.5%); North Amityville, New York (2.4%); Windsor Locks, Connecticut (2.2%); Baltimore, Maryland (2.2%); Papendrect, The Netherlands (1.9%); Rolling Meadows, Illinois (1.8%); and Alpharetta, Georgia (1.8%).  All orders are expected to be placed no later than December 2020.  No funds will be obligated at time of award, funds will be obligated on individual delivery orders as they are issued.  The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Maryland, is the contracting activity.

Contracts For Sept. 6, 2019

Lockheed Martin Corp., Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co., Fort Worth, Texas, is being awarded a $266,203,768 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract special tooling and special test equipment in support of F-35 Lightning II aircraft for the Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and non-U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) participants. Work will be performed in Fort Worth, Texas (50.30 percent); San Diego, California (13.18 percent); Orlando, Florida (7.30 percent); El Segundo, California (5.45 percent); Samlesbury, United Kingdom (5.23 percent); Papendrecht, Netherlands (3.90 percent); Cheltenham, United Kingdom, (2.49 percent); Rochester, United Kingdom (2.29 percent); Nashua, New Hampshire (1.95 percent); Phoenix, Arizona (1.66 percent); Williston, Vermont (1.47 percent); Marietta, Georgia (1 percent); Palmdale, California (0.73 percent); East Aurora, New York (0.59 percent); Endicott, New York (0.55 percent); Kongsberg, Norway (0.43 percent); Marion, Virginia (0.34 percent); Hauppauge, New York (0.30 percent); Boulder, Colorado (0.24 percent); Owego, New York (0.23 percent); Sylmar, California (0.22 percent); Mississauga, Canada (0.06 percent); Avon, Massachusetts (0.04 percent); Montmorency, Australia (0.02 percent); Garden Grove, California (0.02 percent); and Ontario, California (0.01 percent). Work is expected to be completed by July 2022. Fiscal 2019 aircraft procurement (Air Force, Marine Corps, and Navy); and non-U.S. DoD participant funds in the amount of $266,203,768 are being obligated at time of award, none of which will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This modification combines purchases for the Air Force ($117,424,737; 44 percent); Navy ($80,246,876; 30 percent); Marine Corps ($36,674,989; 14 percent); and non-U.S. DoD participants ($31,857,166; 12 percent). The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Maryland, is the contracting activity (N0001919C0074/ N00019-19-C-0074).

Contracts For Sept. 30, 2019

United Technologies Corp., Pratt & Whitney Military Engines, East Hartford, Connecticut, is awarded a $2,195,644,813 modification (P00011) to a previously awarded advanced acquisition contract (N00019-18-C-1021). This modification definitizes the production and delivery of 112 F135-PW-100 propulsion systems for the Air Force, 46 F135-PW-600 propulsion systems for the Marine Corps, and 25 F135-PW-100 propulsion systems for the Navy. In addition, this modification definitizes award of long lead components, parts and materials associated with 129 F135-PW-100 and 19 F135-PW-600 propulsion systems for non-U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) participants and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) customers. Work will be performed in East Hartford, Connecticut (67%); Indianapolis, Indiana (26.5%); and Bristol, United Kingdom (6.5%), and is expected to be completed in February 2023. Fiscal 2018 and 2019 aircraft procurement (Air Force, Marine Corps, and Navy); non-U.S. DoD participant; and FMS funds in the amount of $3,561,262,259 are being obligated at time of award, none of which will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This modification combines purchases for the Air Force ($878,133,063; 40%); the Marine Corps ($619,150,637; 28%); the Navy ($178,828,697; 8%); non-U.S. DoD Participants ($420,087,247; 19%); and FMS customers ($99,445,169; 5%). The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Maryland, is the contracting activity.

Contracts For Oct. 28, 2019

Lockheed Martin Corp., Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co., Fort Worth, Texas, is awarded a $7,027,643,109 modification to a previously awarded firm-fixed-price, fixed-price-incentive-firm-target, cost-reimbursable contract (N00019-17-C-0001). This modification provides for the procurement of 114 F-35 aircraft for Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy; non-Department of Defense (DoD) participants, and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) customers. Specifically the modification procures 48 F-35A aircraft for the Air Force, 20 F-35B aircraft for the Marine Corps, nine F-35C aircraft for the Navy, 12 F-35A aircraft for the government of Norway, 15 F-35A aircraft for the government of Australia, and eight F-35A and two F-35B aircraft for the government of Italy. The above U.S. aircraft quantities are inclusive of fiscal 2019 (Lot 13) plus up aircraft. In addition, this modification adds scope for the Air System Diminishing Manufacturing Sources integration, software data loads, critical safety items, red gear, non-recurring engineering, recurring engineering and the Joint Strike Fighter Airborne Data Emulator. Work will be performed in Fort Worth, Texas (57%); El Segundo, California (14%); Warton, United Kingdom (9%); Cameri, Italy (4%); Orlando, Florida (4%); Nashua, New Hampshire (3%); Baltimore, Maryland (3%); San Diego, California (2%); Nagoya, Japan (2%); and various locations outside the continental U.S. (2%), and is expected to be completed in March 2023. Fiscal 2019 aircraft procurement (Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy); non-DoD participants; and FMS funds in the amount of $7,027,643,109 will be obligated at time of award, none of which will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This modification combines purchases for the Air Force ($2,812,512,346); Marine Corps ($1,297,487,314); Navy ($612,389,812); non-DoD participants ($2,243,321,947); and FMS ($61,931,690) customers. The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Maryland, is the contracting activity.

U.S. Air Force prepares F-35’s Airmen for Arctic operations

FAST FACTS

AF-215 17-5273/HL Delivered to Hill AFB as Strike 91 on Tuesday, Nov 12, 2019.
AF-223 17-5281/HL f/f Nov 12, 2019.
AF-224 17-5282/HL f/f Nov 13, 2019.
Nu al de eerste 1000 vlieguren op de klok met onze 6 ’s op Luke AFB. En dat eigenlijk met de handrem erop, meer was mogelijk geweest. Groot compliment aan onze mensen van , jullie leggen de basis voor onze toekomst!

Lajes AF initially for the two IAF jets F-35i's (930,932) 11.18 2019
930&932 are the first F-35's of 116FS which is the sister squadron of 140FS
Article and pic on the IAF site (Hebrew)
https://www.iaf.org.il/9082-51778-he/IAF.aspx

European F-35 Milestones: November 2019

Northrop Grumman Delivers 500th AN/APG-81 AESA Radar for the F-35 Lightning II

The Royal Norwegian Air Force

November 6, 2019
The Royal Norwegian Air Force has declared Initial Operational Capability for its F-35A fleet.
Norway is the third European partner to declare IOC – ushering in a new age of 5th generation air power for .
orway becomes the third European country to declare IOC, after the UK and Italy!

Hill AFB F-35 Crews Return Home After First Combat Deployment

U.S.AF pilots fly F-35B aboard amphibious assault ship for the first time

the Royal Netherlands Air Force

Oct. 31, 2019
The first jets will arrive in the Netherlands any moment. Join the livestream as we welcome the newest addition to the Royal Netherlands Air Force

Pentagon and LM Reach Agreement Reducing F-35A Cost by 12.8 Percent

The F-35A is now below $80 million; lower cost than legacy aircraft

FORT WORTH, Texas, Oct. 29, 2019 –The F-35 Joint Program Office and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) finalized a $34 billion agreement for the production and delivery of 478 F-35s at the lowest aircraft price during the history of the Program. This contract includes all U.S., International Partners and Foreign Military Sales aircraft in Lots 12, 13 and 14.

In the agreement, the F-35 Enterprise meets and exceeds its long-stated cost reduction targets for each variant – and the F-35A unit price, including aircraft and engine, is now below $80 million in both Lot 13 and Lot 14, the F-35A unit cost represents an estimated overall 12.8 percent reduction from Lot 11 costs for the conventional landing variant, and an average of 12.7 percent savings across all three variants from Lot 11 to 14.

“Driving down cost is critical to the success of this program. I am excited that the F-35 Joint Program Office and Lockheed Martin have agreed on this landmark three-lot deal. This agreement achieves an average 12.7 percent cost reduction across all three variants and gets us below $80 million for a USAF F-35A by Lot 13 - one lot earlier than planned,” said Air Force Lt. Gen. Eric Fick, F-35 Program Executive Officer. “This $34 billion agreement is a truly historic milestone for the F-35 Enterprise.”

The agreement includes 291 aircraft for the U.S. Services, 127 for F-35 International Partners, and 60 for F-35 Foreign Military Sales customers. Price details include:

Variant Lot 12 Lot 13 Lot 14 % Reduction from Lot 11*
F-35A $82.4M $79.2M $77.9M 12.8%
F-35B $108.0M $104.8M $101.3M 12.3%
F-35C $103.1M $98.1M $94.4M 13.2%
*Please note: Final prices for F-35 variants following adjustments for Congressional plus-ups and other contractual settlements are as follows: F-35A - $89.3M; F-35B – $115.5M; and $108.8M.

“With smart acquisition strategies, strong government-industry partnership and a relentless focus on quality and cost reduction, the F-35 Enterprise has successfully reduced procurement costs of the 5th Generation F-35 to equal or less than 4th Generation legacy aircraft,” said Greg Ulmer, Lockheed Martin, F-35 Program vice president and general manager. “With the F-35A unit cost now below $80 million in Lot 13, we were able to exceed our long-standing cost reduction commitment one year earlier than planned.”

The sub $80 million unit recurring flyaway cost for an F-35 represents an integrated acquisition price for the 5th Generation Weapon System. With embedded sensors and targeting pods, this F-35 unit price includes items that add additional procurement and sustainment costs to legacy 4th Generation aircraft.

LM will deliver 149 F-35s in Lot 12, 160 in Lot 13 and 169 for Lot 14

October 28, 2019
Lockheed Martin Corp., Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co., Fort Worth, Texas, is awarded a $7,027,643,109 modification to a previously awarded firm-fixed-price, fixed-price-incentive-firm-target, cost-reimbursable contract (N00019-17-C-0001).
This modification provides for the procurement of 114 F-35 aircraft for Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy; non-Department of Defense (DoD) participants, and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) customers. Specifically the modification procures
77 F-35 US
48 F-35A aircraft for the Air Force,
20 F-35B aircraft for the Marine Corps,
9 F-35C aircraft for the Navy,

37 F-35 non US
12 F-35A aircraft for the government of Norway,
15 F-35A aircraft for the government of Australia,
8 F-35A and 2 F-35B aircraft for the government of Italy.
The above U.S. aircraft quantities are inclusive of fiscal 2019 (Lot 13) plus up aircraft.

andere 35 F-35?
3 F-35B aircraft for the UK,
6 F-35A aircraft for the Netherland
6 F-35A aircraft for the S.Korea
12 F-35A aircraft for the Israel
6 F-35A aircraft for the Japan
2 F-35A aircraft for the Denmark

Lot 12, Lot 13, Lot 14
US aircraft                  - 291
partner nations          - 127
Foreign Military Sales -   60
All                               - 478

F-35A - 351
F-35B -   86
F-35C -   41
All       - 478

Luke Air Force Base ‏

October 28, 2019 Luke reached its 35,000th sortie! With more than 100 F-35s stationed here, the sorties keep increasing as we train the world’s greatest fighter pilots!

Marines Test ‘Lightning Carrier’ Concept, Control 13 F-35Bs from Multiple Amphibs

Tardy F-35 Jet Hits New Snag Over Tests to Show It Can Beat Foes

Get up close and personal with Italian F-35s over Iceland on the stealth fighter's first NATO mission

UK Lightning jets ready for HMS Queen Elizabeth trials

14 October 2019

https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/news-and-latest-activity/news/2019/october/14/191014-jets-ready-for-trials

ZM148 (BK-14) modex 014, ZM149 (BK-15) modex 015, ZM151 (BK-17) modex 017

The United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence announced on October 13, 2019, that British F-35B Lightnings (that's not a misspell, UK actually adopted the "Lightning" designation instead of the "Lightning II" used by all other nations) landed for the first time on the new HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier, which is currently sailing off the US East Coast for the "Westlant 19" Carrier Strike Group deployment.

F-35 Lightning jets take off and land on HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier for the first time as the supersonic stealth planes conduct operational trials off the East Coast of the USA

U.S. Indo-Pacific Command ‏

Oct 13, 2019

Thirteen F-35B Lightning II with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron , Marine Aircraft Group 13, , are staged aboard amphibious assault ship USS America

Norway’s F-35s have a problem with a unique piece of gear

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