F-35 Follow-On Plan Takes Shape
ABOARD THE USS GEORGE WASHINGTON—The seven Lockheed Martin F-35s onboard set a dizzying pace, catapulting off the ship, circling around and coming back in for landings every few minutes. After catching the arresting gear wire with a redesigned tailhook and lurching to a sudden stop, each jet...
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