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US Navy Operations Specialist explains how a B-21 Raider loaded with a gazillion of air-to-air missiles could keep Chinese J-20 stealth fighters at bay
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US Navy Operations Specialist explains how a B-21 Raider loaded with a gazillion of air-to-air missiles could keep Chinese J-20 stealth fighters at bay
Red Tails participate in their first exercise with the F-35 Lightning II fifth gen fighters
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Red Tails participate in their first exercise with the F-35 Lightning II fifth gen fighters
US Navy Operations Specialist tells why an F/A-18 fighting against an F-22/F-35 is like a shooter hunting a sniper wearing a ghillie suit
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US Navy Operations Specialist tells why an F/A-18 fighting against an F-22/F-35 is like a shooter hunting a sniper wearing a ghillie suit
USAF training its F-35 pilots to carry out basic maintenance and refueling chores in austere environments
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USAF training its F-35 pilots to carry out basic maintenance and refueling chores in austere environments
US Navy Operations Specialist explains why China is not yet able to build a stealth fighter jet comparable to the F-35
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US Navy Operations Specialist explains why China is not yet able to build a stealth fighter jet comparable to the F-35
US Navy Operations Specialist explains why although the S-400 SAM System radar can detect the F-35 it can’t target it
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US Navy Operations Specialist explains why although the S-400 SAM System radar can detect the F-35 it can’t target it
US Navy EA-18G pilot explains why the F-16 is a (slightly) better BFM machine that the F-35
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US Navy EA-18G pilot explains why the F-16 is a (slightly) better BFM machine than the F-35
After 23 Years, F-35 Enters Full-Rate Production (but Lightning II deliveries are on hold pending testing of the Tech Refresh 3 hardware and software)
Military Aviation
After 23 Years, F-35 Enters Full-Rate Production (but Lightning II deliveries are on hold pending testing of the Tech Refresh 3 hardware and software)
Here’s why despite its 5th-Generation capabilities, the F-35 Lightning II is not as effective as 4th-Generation Fighters in Dogfight (and in other Tasks)
Military Aviation
Here’s why despite its 5th-Generation capabilities, the F-35 Lightning II is not as effective as 4th-Generation Fighters in Dogfight (and in other Tasks)
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Naval Aviator explains why the F-35 and its incredible capabilities would have made Top Gun: Maverick boring
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Naval Aviator explains why the F-35 and its incredible capabilities would have made Top Gun: Maverick boring
Check out these unique air-to-air images of the Belgian Air Force F-16 Dream Viper
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‘Dream Viper’ F-16 Solo Display Team disbanded due to additional flight hours required to convert Ukrainian F-16 pilots, rising costs of F-35 service entry and high airframe hours of Belgian F-16 fleet
USAF F-16 Pilot explains why he would Rather Fly the F-35 in combat than the F-22 (even in a War against Russia or China)
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USAF F-16 Pilot explains why in a War against Russia or China he would Rather Fly the F-35 in combat than the F-22
Here’s why the F-22 Uses Rectangular Exhaust Nozzles (and F-35, Su-57 and Chinese Stealth Fighters don’t)
Military Aviation
The F-22 Uses Rectangular Exhaust Nozzles (and F-35, Su-57 and Chinese Stealth Fighters don’t), here’s why
Czech Air Force buys 24 F-35 Lightning II strike fighters to replace the JAS-39 Gripen fighter jets currently used by the service
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Czech Air Force buys 24 F-35 Lightning II strike fighters to replace the JAS-39 Gripen fighter jets currently used by the service
The Boeing F-32 may have had some advantages over the F-35 but it would have had the same issues of the Lightning II. Here’s why.
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Here’s why even though the Boeing F-32 may have had some advantages over the F-35, it would have had the same issues of the Lightning II
Navy Pilot who took part in F-22, F-35 development tells why most of new US fighter jets have the control stick on the right instead of the middle
Civil Aviation / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Navy Pilot who took part in F-22, F-35 development tells why most of new US fighter jets have the control stick on the right instead of the middle
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