U.S. Marines Resume F-35B Flights After Fire; Still Headed For UK
Marine Corps said on Friday it was resuming flights of Lockheed Martin Corp F-35 B-model jets that were suspended after a fire on an Air Force F-35A jet earlier this week, and still planned to send F-35 jets to Britain for their international debut next month. Three F-35B jets were due to fly on Friday from a Marine Corps base in Yuma, Arizona, to an air base in southern Maryland, according to sources familiar with the program.
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