The U.S. Air National Guard received its first F-35 Joint Strike Fighters at a base in Burlington, Vermont. Lockheed Martin F-35s are operating from 19 bases worldwide and more than 425 of the fifth-generation fighter jets have been delivered. “The arrival of the F-35 is a significant milestone for the Green Mountain Boys of the Vermont Air National Guard and state of Vermont,” Col. David Smith, 158th Fighter Wing commander, said in a statement. “The F-35 provides ...

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