Lockheed Martin officials remain hopeful they can display the F-35 at air shows in the U.K. despite the ongoing grounding of the combat aircraft. With only an F-35 mockup as a backdrop, company officials began media briefings on the Lightning II as other military aircraft began arriving at the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford on July 9, but were unable to give a firm answer on when or even if the aircraft will make their trans-Atlantic trip and arrive in time for their planned ...
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