FARNBOROUGH — F-35 flights have resumed since the U.S. Air Force and Navy issued a limited flight clearance July 15. Lockheed Martin has conducted a flight of the F-35C, a Navy variant designed for aircraft carrier arrested landings and catapult takeoffs, at its Fort Worth final assembly facility, according to spokesman Mike Rein. U.K. F-35Bs also are flying, according to a Ministry of Defense spokesman. As of last night, the U.S. Marine Corps had not resumed flights of its F-35Bs, ...
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