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Interesting clip shows Capt. Kristin “BEO” Wolfe, F-35 demo pilot, explaining the Square Loop maneuver

by Dario Leone
Interesting clip shows Capt. Kristin “BEO” Wolfe, F-35 demo pilot, explaining the Square Loop maneuver

The cool clip in this post shows F-35 demo pilot Capt. Kristin “Beo” Wolfe talking the Square Loop, where the team showcase the maneuverability of the jet by drawing a square in the sky with the aircraft.

It’s hip to be square!

The cool clip in this post shows F-35 demo pilot Capt. Kristin “Beo” Wolfe talking the Square Loop, where the team showcase the maneuverability of the jet by drawing a square in the sky with the aircraft.

The 5th generation F-35 Lightning II integrates advanced stealth technology into a highly agile, supersonic aircraft that provides the pilot with unprecedented situational awareness and unmatched lethality and survivability. As new threats emerge, it is more important than ever for US and allied fighter fleets to fly the F-35 stealth fighter, the world’s only 5th generation international aircraft. While each aircraft is uniquely designed to operate from different environments, all three variants set new standards in network-enabled mission systems, sensor fusion and supportability. The F-35 redefines the multirole fighter.

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The conventional takeoff and landing (CTOL) F-35A is a multirole, supersonic, stealth fighter that has extraordinary acceleration, agility and 9-g maneuverability.

In the battlespace of the future, knowledge is power, and the F-35’s advanced sensor package will gather and distribute more information than any fighter in history. The F-35 is designed to be a key net-enabling node in a system of systems – an information gatherer and transmitter in a vast network. Its tremendous processing power, open architecture, powerful sensors, information fusion and flexible communications links will make the F-35 an indispensable tool in future homeland defense, joint/coalition irregular warfare and major combat operations.

Video: SSgt Anastasia Tompkins / U.S. Air Force

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