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How ‘Live Free or Die Hard’ revealed an actual problem with the F-35
"I was really struck by the fact that they predicted the F-35 getting hacked."
The Navy has decided to scrap the USS Bonhomme Richard
The service has determined that it would be too costly to repair the amphibious assault ship.
Navy pilot ejects safely as F/A-18E Super Hornet crashes in California
The pilot is was taken to a local medical facility for examination
Intense video shows fiery Marine Corps F-35 crash after colliding with a C-130
Video circulating on social media appears to show the fiery crash of a Marine Corps F-35 Joint Strike Fighter in southern California following a mid-air collision with one of the service's KC-130J Hercules refueling aircraft
Marine Corps F-35 crashes after colliding with C-130 during refueling exercise
A Marine Corps KC-130J refueling aircraft and an F-35B Joint Strike Fighter collided during an air-to-air refueling mission in California, causing the stealth jet to crash, officials said Tuesday
USS Bonhomme Richard, its fate uncertain, would be one of largest ships Navy has lost outside of combat
Even if the ship is saved, it will be out of action for an extended period of time, and that will limit what the Navy can do in deploying its forces.
The F-35 still can’t go supersonic without compromising its critical stealth tech, and the Pentagon is OK with that
The Navy and Marine Corps variants of the vaunted F-35 Joint Strike Fighter cannot maintain supersonic speeds without sustaining structural damage that compromises its stealth capabilities — and the Pentagon is reportedly just fine with that
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is the military's newest jet.
The Pentagon is sacrificing F-35s and other weapons systems to find $3.8 billion to fund the border wall
The Navy is sacrificing two F-35Bs, two V-22s, and one P-8A Poseidon to pay for the border wall. The Air Force is losing four C-130J Hercules and eight MQ-9 Reapers.
The Marine Corps could deploy more F-35-laden ‘Lightning Carriers’ amid high demand for flattops, Navy secretary says
When Navy Secretary Richard V. Spencer pitched sending an aircraft carrier into early retirement, he had an idea for how to answer the call for flattops around the world: an amphibious assault ship loaded up with F-35B Joint Strike Fighter jets
The Marine Corps’s dream of ‘Lightning Carrier’ laden with F-35s is slowly becoming a reality
The amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA-6) is currently conducting "routing operations" with 13 F-35B Lightning II joint strike fighters in the eastern Pacific as part of a effort to "refine and strengthen the fundamental amphibious capabilities" of the Navy and Marine Corps
Marine Corps F-35s practice ‘shock and awe’ strikes in the Pacific with back-to-back bombing runs
Marine Corps F-35s recently carried out the first at-sea "hot reload" of ordnance, dropping 1,000-pound bombs in the Pacific in rapid succession, the service said in a statement
The F-35 reportedly can’t use its afterburners without its critical stealth tech ‘bubbling and blistering’
Apparently Navy and Marine Corps F-35 fighters have to choose between speed and stealth
Marine pilots eligible for up to $280,000 to keep flying with the Corps
"The aviation populations targeted are Captains (O-3s) and Majors (O-4s) within the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, F/A-18 Hornet, AV-8 Harrier, MV-22 Osprey, C-130 Hercules, UH-1 Huey, AH-1 Cobra, and CH-53 Stallion communities."
A bird beat up a Marine Corps F-35B fighter, causing at least $2 million in damages
A Marine Corps F-35B Joint Strike Fighter was recently forced to abort take-off after a surprise bird strike, Maj. Eric Flanagan, a spokesman for 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, told Marine Corps Times
The Navy says its F-35C is ready for a fight. The Navy’s own data says otherwise
In February, the commander of the U.S. Naval Air Forces proclaimed that the Navy's F-35C Joint Strike Fighter was "ready for operations, ready for combat and ready to win" — even though the Navy's own testing data says otherwise
On its first combat deployment, the Marine Corps’ F-35 bombed both the Taliban and ISIS
"Every single one of the pilots employed ordnance in theater. So, we were very busy."
Marine F-35s Grounded Again As Yet Another Frickin’ Thing Needs To Be Replaced
The trouble continues for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, the aircraft with more bugs than Klendathu. A “couple dozen” Marine Corps...
From 1st Combat Strike To 1st Crash: It’s Been A Chaotic Month For The F-35
The last few weeks have been a roller coaster for the F-35, from its first combat airstrike, to its first...
Pentagon Orders Entire F-35 Fleet Grounded
The Pentagon has ordered its entire fleet of F-35 fighters to be grounded in the wake of a Marine F-35B...
Watch The Pentagon Send The F-35 Into Combat For The First Time
After years of anticipation, the Department of Defense has officially sent the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter into combat...
The F-35 Lightning II Can’t Handle Lightning
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter may be named the “Lightning II” in homage to two of Lockheed Martin's World War II-era...
‘Round-The-Clock Search And Rescue Operations’ Underway For Overboard Marine
Search and rescue efforts are ongoing for a Marine who fell overboard near the Philippines while embarked on the amphibious...
The Navy Just Quietly Sent An F-35 Carrier To The Pacific — And It Signals A Major Change
The U.S. Navy broke with its tradition of hyping up F-35 deployments by sending of the USS Essex jump-jet carrier...