Coating Protects U.K. Carrier Decks From F-35 Exhaust

Flight decks of the Royal Navy’s Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers are to be protected from damage by the exhaust from Lockheed Martin F-35B short takeoffs and vertical landings using a thermal metal coating developed in the U.K. The F-35B’s Pratt & Whitney F135 engine and shaft-driven Rolls...

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