F-35Bs Set To Operate On Japanese Ship, USMC Chief Says
The U.S. Marine Corps will fly Lockheed Martin F-35Bs off of a Japanese ship for the first time in October or November, Gen. David Berger, the commandant, said on Sept. 1. “We’re not going on deployment with [them], but we’re actually going to fly U.S. Marine Corps F-35s off of a Japanese ship,”...
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