F-35 Program Is "F***ed Up", Puts American Pilots In Severe Dogfight Disadvantage | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

F-35 Program Is "F***ed Up", Puts American Pilots In Severe Dogfight Disadvantage

If left unresolved, the following 'category 1' glitches will be icing on the cake of Lockheed's $400 billion quagmire (partial list via Defense News);

When the F-35B vertically lands on very hot days, older engines may be unable to produce the required thrust to keep the jet airborne, resulting in a hard landing.

After doing certain maneuvers, F-35B and F-35C pilots are not always able to completely control the aircraft’s pitch, roll and yaw.

Supersonic flight in excess of Mach 1.2 can cause structural damage and blistering to the stealth coating of the F-35B and F-35C.

Cabin pressure spikes in the cockpit of the F-35 have been known to cause barotrauma, the word given to extreme ear and sinus pain.

The spare parts inventory shown by the F-35’s logistics system does not always reflect reality, causing occasional mission cancellations.

If the F-35A and F-35B blows a tire upon landing, the impact could also take out both hydraulic lines and pose a loss-of-aircraft risk.

Possible maneuvering issues when the aircraft is operating above a 20-degree angle of attack.

The F-35’s logistics system currently has no way for foreign F-35 operators to keep their secret data from being sent to the United States.

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