First Fully Loaded F-35Bs Head To North Korea’s Doorstep
The U.S. Marine Corps F-35 squadron permanently stationed in Japan is slated to receive its first aircraft equipped with the final software load in September, as the Pentagon weighs its options after North Korea’s latest ballistic missile launch. The “Green Knights” of Marine Fighter Attack Squadron...
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