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US Air Force launches F-35A Lightning II stealth hunters in Utah

The US Air Force has conducted a massive showdown by launching more than 50 fully armed Lightning II stealth hunters in a single wave after an elephant run across the runway.

The 52 F-35A planes, which are worth no less than $ 4.2 billion, left quickly one after the other from the Hill Air Force Base in Utah.

The exercise performed by the active service 388th and Reserve 419th Fighter Wings showed the ability of the air force to deploy a large force of the F-35As.

Although the exercise has been planned for several months, its implementation took place the same week that the US continues to support Iran to respond to the assassination attempt on its most powerful general’s drone in Iraq.

The 52 F-35A aircraft, worth no less than $ 4.2 billion, departed from the Hill Air Force Base in Utah on Monday after an elephant walk on the runway

The 52 F-35A aircraft, worth no less than $ 4.2 billion, departed from the Hill Air Force Base in Utah on Monday after an elephant walk on the runway

The Fighter Wings announced on Monday that the F-35As have finally reached full war power.

“We are ready to fly, fight and win,” tweeted the 419th Fighter Wings after the exercise.

They added the exercise “pushed the boundaries and tested the ability of our Airmen to deploy the F-35As en masse.”

The 388th Fight Wingers said: “The exercise, scheduled for months, showed that they were able to use a large force of F-35As – testing readiness in the areas of personnel responsibility, aircraft generation, ground operations, flight operations and combat capacity against air and ground targets.

“Just over four years after receiving their first combat-coded F-35A Lightning II aircraft, Hill’s hunting wings have reached full combat capabilities.”

Each F-35A hunter is worth around $ 89.2 million.

The US received their first F-35A at the Hill Air Force Base four years ago.

Since then, the Fighter Wings have been training pilots, engaging in several major combat exercises and supporting two combat deployments in the Middle East.

The exercise performed by the active service 388th and Reserve 419th Fighter Wings showed the ability of the Air Force to deploy a large force of the F-35As

The exercise performed by the active service 388th and Reserve 419th Fighter Wings showed the ability of the Air Force to deploy a large force of the F-35As

The exercise performed by the active service 388th and Reserve 419th Fighter Wings showed the ability of the Air Force to deploy a large force of the F-35As

Although the exercise has been planned for several months, its implementation took place the same week that the US continues to support Iran to respond to the assassination attempt on its most powerful general's drone in Iraq

Although the exercise has been planned for several months, its implementation took place the same week that the US continues to support Iran to respond to the assassination attempt on its most powerful general's drone in Iraq

Although the exercise has been planned for several months, its implementation took place the same week that the US continues to support Iran to respond to the assassination attempt on its most powerful general’s drone in Iraq

It was a huge show of power from the air force in a week in which the US braced itself for Iran to respond to the murder of its most powerful general, noting increased military preparedness in the country and preparing for a possible “title”. for-tat ‘attempt at the life of an American military commander

The Fighter Wings announced on Monday that the F-35As have finally reached full war power

The Fighter Wings announced on Monday that the F-35As have finally reached full war power

The Fighter Wings announced on Monday that the F-35As have finally reached full war power

“Every training opportunity, exercise, and commitment we’ve completed over the past four years has been an important step toward achieving full warfare,” said Colonel Steven Behmer, 388th Fighter Wing Commander.

“This is just the start of lengthy F-35A combat operations and we will continue to focus on deployability whenever and wherever we need.”

The Air Force deployed its F-35A fighter jets for the first time in the Middle East last year.

At least six F-35As from the 388th and 419th Fighter Wings left the Hill Air Force Base in April 2019 en route to the Al Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates.

The air force said at the time that the hunters would participate in coalition air operations aimed at ISIS militants.

Although they were the first US-led F35As to enter the Middle East, they were not new to the region, while Israel already operated 12 of the jets.

The model is billed as the most advanced military aircraft ever to be launched.

Part of a group of 52 US Air Force F-35A planes from the 388th and 428th Fighter Wings, form an “elephant walk” exercise on Hill Air Force Base on Monday

The Air Force has previously praised that the jet “improves lethality, survivability and adaptability against emerging threats to maintain air superiority.”

An American Air Force pilot adjusts his mask while valuing his Air Force F-35A aircraft from the 388th and 428th Fighter Wings to participate in an “elephant walk” exercise at Hill Air Force Base

The 419th Fighter Wings tweeted after the exercise “We are ready to fly, fight and win” after the fleet announced that it had achieved full combat capabilities.

The Air Force has previously praised that the jet “improves lethality, survivability and adaptability against emerging threats to maintain air superiority.”

The F-35A is the conventional take-off and landing jet, and the first of the three versions to be fully deployed.

The F-35B, which is able to take off and land vertically, only recently entered service.

Meanwhile, the F-35C, which specializes in aircraft carrier operations, has consistently lagged behind testing.

The F-35 is the first to combine radar-avoiding stealth technology with supersonic speeds and the ability to perform short take-offs and vertical landings.

It has the ability to operate from land and sea and has previously been praised as a huge leap forward in space technology.

An American Air Force pilot departs in his Air Force F-35A aircraft from the 388th and 428th Fighter Wings to participate in the combat exercise

An American Air Force pilot departs in his Air Force F-35A aircraft from the 388th and 428th Fighter Wings to participate in the combat exercise

An American Air Force pilot departs in his Air Force F-35A aircraft from the 388th and 428th Fighter Wings to participate in the combat exercise

The Air Force has previously praised that the jet “improves lethality, survivability and adaptability against emerging threats to maintain air superiority.”

An American Air Force pilot departs Monday in his Air Force F-35A aircraft at the Hill Air Force Base in Utah

An American Air Force pilot departs Monday in his F-35A Air Force Airplane at Hill Air Force Base in Utah

An American Air Force pilot departs Monday in his F-35A Air Force Airplane at Hill Air Force Base in Utah

The model is billed as the most advanced military aircraft ever to be launched

The model is billed as the most advanced military aircraft ever to be launched

The model is billed as the most advanced military aircraft ever to be launched

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