LONDON—Britain’s HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier has set sail to undertake operational trials with the Lockheed Martin F-35. The 60,000-ton ship departed the UK on Aug. 30 bound for the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S. where British and U.S. Marine Corps F-35Bs are expected to embark on the ship in late September. The long-planned Westlant 19 voyage will finalize the development testing performed on the ship in 2018 during the First of Class Flight Trials (FOCFT) by F-35s from ...

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