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Posted by on 18 Jan 2013 in Aviation Videos, Military News

F-35 Video – Flight Test 2012

The F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter has flown a bumpy route to operational status. In fact, as we go to press, the F-35B is grounded. Notwithstanding those issues which should surprise nobody who understands advanced capability aircraft design and testing, the aircraft and the thus far proven capabilities are pretty impressive to behold. Some of which you may enjoy viewing in this video... We did not produce it nor do we endorse anything claimed, but we love pretty aviation pictures and video and this thing is chalk full of them. So enjoy. And good luck to the F-35 team!

The video is available in 720 HD so watch it in high definition if you have a fast connection.

Joint Strike Fighter versions highlighted are the F-35A, F-35B and F-35C. There are sequences with weapons releases and carriage of external stores.

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