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Lockheed F-35C (16-9610)
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Lockheed F-35C (16-9610)



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John Giambone
Wow! Great Shot Zdenek!
Zdenek BubakPhoto Uploader
Thank you!
Nice shot. Any idea what it's carrying?
Paul Wisgerhof
Great shot. I presume the missile launch rails and the belly pod degrade the stealth aspect a lot.
gwapo santa
Are these the variance on UK's carriers ?
Darrell Parkhill
@ dohzer - GAU-22 25mm gunpod
Robert Oldershaw
What a great shot.
John Felton
This is a F-35B STOVL version. C has folding wings
Michael Scott
Didn't we loose one of these recently? Seems I heard that the pilot ejected safely but the aircraft lawn darted and was a loss.
Yeah, it also says "MARINES" on the wing. When will the MIC aero-committees ever learn any aircraft with an "F" designation needs a gun?
Regarding the comment above by Paul Wisgerhof:
I recalled a technical article I read about the stealth degradation; but, couldn't find it.
I recall it stated the essentially zero stealth signature was increased to a signature the size of a quarter ($.25).
Amazing that with such a high bar set in these currently modern times that scientists and engineers are able to still move technology forward.
Military superiority, etcetera, is coming down figuratively to millimeters and micrograms to approach or maintain superiority on the battlefield.
The final frontier is continuing to increase the superiority of the operators of the weapons.
All the while we're being closely observed, etcetera.
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