Missing F-35 pictures

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Unread post05 Jan 2020, 10:29

We've been able to keep track of most F-35 deliveries thanks to a number of Fort Worth based photographers. But we miss these aircraft to complete our F-35 collection. If anyone has a picture of those, that would be awesome!

Australia:
Israel:
Turkey: 18-0006
Korea: 20-022
USAF: 17-5260, 17-5269, 17-5272, 17-5283
USMC: 169591, 169617, 169625, 169628, 169682
USNavy: 169634, 169636, 169640, 169702

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Unread post05 Jan 2020, 10:42

This website will attempt to keep track with photos of Australian RAAF F-35As: http://www.adf-serials.com.au/3a35.htm
"A35-017 AU-17 17-5300 Sourced from Lot11 low-rate initial production (LRIP) phase, Delivered in 3 SQN Markings,
??/09/2019 First Flight, ??/09/2019 Delivered to 61 FS, Luke AFB, Arizona. 11/12/2019 Arrived at RAAF Williamtown, 3 Sqn markings." A photo or two may pop up soon at: http://www.adf-gallery.com.au/gallery/F-35 [but none for moment]

JEEPERS this hivemind photo gallery has heaps of RAAF F-35A pics - hover mouse over a photo to see details:
https://hiveminer.com/Tags/f35%2Craaf

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Unread post05 Aug 2020, 15:54

God I love the new paintjob. The "finish" is much, much more pleasing to the eyes IMO than what they were flying prior. Being a uniform color, I bet it's a lot easier to apply and maintain too...

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