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F-35 Lightning II Resume Flying – ‘Blade Crack Caused By Stressful Testing’

by: News Desk
February 28, 2013

Category: Lockheed Martin, Pratt & Whitney, Syndicated Industry News | RSS 2.0

An F-35A aircraft slated for Operational Test at Nellis AFB, Nev., completes a check flight from the Fort Worth, Texas, F-35 factory Oct. 15, 2012 - Photo: Lockheed MartinF-35 Flight will resume soon, following the decision of the US Air Force to end the precautionary grounding of the entire fleet of 51 Joint Strike Fighters, after the discovery of a cracked engine blade in one of the stealth jets.

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