F-35 News Round Up: 3rd October 2014
The first of Australia's F-35 Joint Strike Fighters has been put through its paces in its inaugural flight in the United States.
In a statement, manufacturer Lockheed Martin said its chief test pilot took the aircraft through "a series of functional checks" in a two-hour flight check.
The first of the Joint Strike Fighters (JSF) is scheduled for delivery to the Royal Australian Air Force later this year and will be assigned to an Arizona Air Force base where it will be used for pilot train...
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