Questions Surround UK F-35 Month-Long Flying Break

Credit: F-35B: UK MoD/Crown Copyright
LONDON—The British defense ministry says there is no danger to the UK’s plan to achieve initial operating capability (IOC) from land bases with the Lockheed Martin F-35, even though none of the UK-based aircraft has flown for more than a month. F-35 sorties finally took place on Aug. 29, 34 days...

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