Australia’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighters less than 500 days away
Wing Commander Darren Clare taxies back to park Australia’s No.2 F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, A35-002,.
Paris Airshow footage of the F 35 Joint Strike Fighter practising its high-performance display routine for the high-profile display.
In an update to our original article, about the temporary grounding of some F-35’s, Defence + Industry Magazine sought.
A video has come to light of a US Air Force F-35A performing what is believed to be a rehearsal for a new flight demonstration routine for this month’s Paris Air Show
Contrary to sensationalist reporting elsewhere that may have you believing that all F-35 Joint Strike Fighter’s had been grounded, the fact is that less than a quarter of the 230+ F-35 Joint Strike Fighters were ‘temporarily’ grounded.
AX-5, the first Japanese-assembled F-35A Joint Strike Fighter was unveiled in Nagoya Japan on 5 June 2017. The aircraft was built at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
Today Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, announced Defence had signed a.
Navy Rear Admiral Mathias (Mat) Winter, the Deputy Program Executive Officer for the F-35 Lightning.
A momentous and exciting day for Australian military air power, the F-35 Lightning II has made its public debut at the Australian International Airshow!
The F-35’s visit to Australia marks another important step in our transformation into a fifth-generation air force.