U.S. To Salvage F-35C Lost In South China Sea

An F-35C belonging to VFA-147 on USS Carl Vinson.
Credit: U.S. Navy
SINGAPORE—The U.S. Navy has confirmed that the Lockheed Martin F-35C involved in a “landing mishap” on Jan. 24 fell into the South China Sea and the service is now drawing up plans to salvage the aircraft. The 7th Fleet confirmed that the F-35C “impacted the flight deck” of carrier USS Carl Vinson...

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