US, Asia-Pacific allies rolling out F-35 stealth fighter

The US and its Asia-Pacific allies are rolling out their new stealth fighter jet, F-35 a cutting-edge plane that costs about $100 million each.

The US Air Force this week hosted allies and partners in Hawaii for a symposium on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.

Brig. Gen. Craig Wills says the radar-evading plane is replacing the A-10 and the F-16, but represents a “quantum leap” in air combat capability.

The US Marine Corps in January deployed 10 of the planes to a base in Japan. The US Air Force plans to station the jet in Alaska within three years. Australia and Japan have already taken delivery of some of planes that they are using for pilot training in Arizona.

Read More…

Credit By :

You may also read!

India-Afghanistan To Showcase Economic Bonds In Trade Show

Cultivating and nurturing strong economic bonds between countries is a foundation that offers a bounty of benefits for each


Afghan Leader Abdullah Abdullah To Visit India, Meet PM

The Chief Executive of Afghanistan Dr. Abdullah Abdullah will be visiting India on from September 27.


Jammu And Kashmir: DGP SP Vaid Addresses Police Darbar, Says Together We Will Take Fight Against Drugs, Terrorism To Next Level

Director General of Police Dr SP Vaid, accompanied by IGP Kashmir Munir Ahmad Khan today visited Pulwama and Shopian,


Leave a reply:

Your email address will not be published.

Mobile Sliding Menu