Australia Mulls F-35Bs For Its New Assault Ships

Credit: Commonwealth of Australia
BAE Systems has handed over the first of Australia’s two new assault ships as the government considers whether to equip the vessels with a squadron of Lockheed Martin F‑35B Lightnings. The move would reintroduce fixed-wing combat aircraft to Australian naval service after a gap of more than 30 years...

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