British Carrier Heads For F-35 Flight Trials

HMS Queen Elizabeth
Credit: Dave Jenkins
LONDON—Britain’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has left port in readiness for flight trials with the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. The 65,000-ton warship left its homeport of Portsmouth on Aug. 18 for initial workups before it will head across the Atlantic for the Westlant 18 deployment...

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