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October 2009
Sea Power;Oct2009, Vol. 52 Issue 10, p24
The article reports on the critical flight tests and engine decisions for the F-35 naval strike fighters of the U.S. Marine Corps. The F-35B is expected to begin vertical flight test in October 2009. It is designed with low-observable technology to negate radar detection and allow it to operate in a hostile air-defense environment.


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