Japan Grounds F-35As Following Crash

Credit: USAF
BEIJING—Japan has grounded its 12 remaining Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightnings following the crash of one of its stealthy fighters over the Pacific Ocean on April 9. A part of the tail of the crashed aircraft has been recovered, the defense ministry told local media. The likely duration of the...

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