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The Marine Corps’s first carrier-based F-35 squadron is officially ready for combat
Marine Fighter Attack Squadron (VMFA) 314, known as the “Black Knights,” has achieved initial operational capability
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.
Navy F-35s, F/A-18 Super Hornet among jets performing Super Bowl flyover
The Navy will have a worldwide audience Sunday to showcase its newest warplane, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
The Navy’s new supercarrier arresting gear can now recover all of the service’s aircraft — except the F-35
The USS Gerald R. Ford, the Navy's new supercarrier, can now land all of the service's planes, except for its new stealth fighter
Meet the first female Marine assigned to fly the F-35C
1st Lt. Catherine Stark earned her wings Friday at a ceremony in Kingsville, Texas, and in doing so became the first female Marine to be assigned to the U.S. Navy's F-35C fleet replacement squadron
The Navy’s newest aircraft carrier won’t be able to deploy with the service’s newest warplane
The U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier won't be able to deploy with the service's newest warplane. At least not at first — and Congress is unhappy about that
The Navy’s first F-35 squadron just deactivated after 7 years of service
VFA-101, informally known as the "Grim Reapers" squadron, was deactivated to become part of VFA-125, a strike fighter squadron at California's Naval Air Station Lemoore
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
The Navy’s first carrier-based F-35 fighters are finally ready for a fight
A squadron of the U.S. Navy's newest fighters is aircraft carrier-qualified and ready to deploy, the Navy said Thursday. The announcement is a milestone for the Pentagon's trillion-dollar F-35 Joint Strike Fighter weapons program
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...
The F-35 Is Finally Coming To The World’s Oceans Thanks To The US Navy
The United States Navy is conducting operational testing of the new Lockheed Martin F-35C Joint Strike Fighter onboard USS Abraham...
The Navy’s F-35 Flight Range Is Dangerously Low, Congressional Report Says
WASHINGTON — The Navy’s newest fighter jet, the stealthy F-35C, may not have the range it needs to strike enemy...
F-35 Fighter Wing Grounded After Pilots Report Problems With The Oxygen System
U.S. Air Force officials canceled F-35 flights on Friday at Luke Air Force Base after over a month of pilots...