Advisor: Testing on F-35 not over yet
An F-35B fighter jet taxis down the runway on its way to a canopy outside of the Marine Attack Fighter Squadron 121 hangar Tuesday afternoon at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma. The F-35B, also known as the Joint Strike Fighter, is the second to be delivered to MCAS Yuma and will be part of VMFA 121, now known as the Green Knights.
PHOTO BY CRAIG FRY/YUMA SUN
Advisor: Testing on F-35 not over yet.
Although Marine Corps Air Station Yuma and the U.S. Marine Corps have received the first three F-35B Lightning II's, it doesn't mean the new stealthy supersonic fifth generation fighters are going to be dropping bombs on enemy targets anytime soon.Eric Van Camp, Lockheed Martin USMC F. Read Advisor: Testing on F-35 not over yet...