The Future of Naval Aviation

By | December 5, 2013

Just north of the white sandy beaches of the Emerald Coast of Florida’s panhandle, a group of Sailors are working hand-in-hand with technical expert civilians to bring the Navy’s fifth-generation fighter to the fleet.

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  1. ZM

    The F-35 is not the future of naval aviation. It is slow, sluggish, unmaneuverable, short ranged, not truly stealthy, and can carry only 4 missiles in its “stealthy” mode. The DOD should imnediately terminate this utterly failed program.

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