First F-35As Land In Asia As U.S. Sounds Alarm On North Korea

Credit: F-35A: Michael McCool
The U.S. Air Force’s F-35A made its first appearance on the Korean peninsula this week, a clear sign of U.S. muscle as top national security officials in Washington sounded the alarm over Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons capability. Two Joint Strike Fighters from Hill AFB, Utah, home to the Air Force’s...

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