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  • 0Z3A1570 12-11-19
    F-16 87-391 out of Edwards AFB flying in the R-2505 complex in Panamint Valley, California. Photo by Guy Seela.
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    The active duty 388th and Reserve 419th FW's conducted an F-35A Combat Power Exercise at Hill AFB on January 6, 2020. The exercise, which was planned for months, demonstrated their ability to employ a large force of F-35A's. A little more than four years after receiving their first combat-coded F35A Lightning II aircraft, Hill's fighter wings have achieved full warfighting capability. [USAF photo by R. Nial Bradshaw]
  • F-35A-A35-022-KNFW-08Jan2020-MattEllis
    First flight of RAAF F-35A A35-022 occurred Jan 8th 2020.
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    A/C 86-0243 of the 115th FW freshly returned from depot for paint. This A/C wore the 115th "Falcon" 70th anniversary paint for a short time. The WI and WISCONSIN are yet to be added. Note that this A/C is the only small-mouth Block 30 belonging to the wing, and is reportedly the last small mouth built. Photo credit B. Ingersoll
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    A/C 87-0252 taxing to arm-dearm following hot pits refuel. Photo credit B. Ingersoll
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    A/C 87-0345 taxing to arm-dearm following hot pits refuel. Photo credit B. Ingersoll
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    A/C 87-0348 taxing to arm-dearm following hot pits refuel. Photo credit B. Ingersoll
  • IMG 1394
    A/C 86-0362 taxing from hot-pits. Operating as "Capital 92" from the 113th FW. Photo credit B. Ingersoll
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    An F-35B for the USMC at Lockheed Martin's production facility in Fort Worth, Texas – the 134th F-35 delivered in 2019. [Lockheed Martin photo]