F-35C Landing Mishap On USS Carl Vinson

An F-35C launches from the USS Carl Vinson in September 2021.
Credit: U.S. Navy
An F-35C experienced a mishap upon landing on the USS Carl Vinson while in the South China Sea on Jan. 24. The pilot safely ejected, was recovered by a helicopter and is in stable condition, U.S. Pacific Fleet said in a statement. Seven sailors were injured in the incident, with three taken to a...

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