Japan Resumes F-35A Flying After April Crash

Credit: F-35A inspection USAF
BEIJING—Japan has lifted the grounding order on its Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning force that had been in place since immediately after one of the fighters crashed on April 9. Flight training resumed on Aug. 1, the air force said. But the defense ministry said it had assured officials from local...

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