The fuselage of a condemned F-35A Lightning II Aug. 23, 2021, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, that has been decontaminated, painted and made safe for further handling. The aircraft was involved in a landing mishap in 2020 at Eglin AFB, Florida, but is now being transformed into sectional training aids by Airmen at Hill AFB for use during instruction of F-35 maintainers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar)
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Some parts of the F-35 involved in a landing mishap at Eglin Air Force Base will be used for instruction of F-35 maintainers. On May 19, 2020, F-35A aircraft tail number 12-005053, operated by the […]

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