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F35b RIAT 2018

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Limosmitty
What is the deal behind the cockpit
Viv Pike
Speed brake
Scott Flack
Not an air brake... Looks like the LiftFan for STOVL.
Thomas Ray
It is in VSTOL configuration, the rear nozzle in in full down position. USMC bird.
marylou anderson
Found pics & video of this aircraft both landing and taking off with its "bonnet" open and nozzle down. I don't see any Marine markings--nor Navy designations either--DEMO aircraft? The cost of a carrier based new F-35 is more than $106 Mil. Shows this suped up helmet that cost $40m
5 facts about the F-35
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5ZiiSMjWAM
cliff731
This F-35B isn't a U.S. Navy nor a U.S. Marines bird. It is British...!!!
jobeard
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_Martin_F-35_Lightning_II

National origin United States
Manufacturer Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
First flight 15 December 2006 (F-35A)
Introduction F-35B: 31 July 2015 (USMC)[1][2][3]
F-35A: 2 August 2016 (USAF)[4]
F-35C: 2018, planned (USN)[5]
Martin Allan
British Red White & Blue roundel below cocpit gives the game away!
jobeard
Yes, "British Red White & Blue roundel" notes the current registration.
However, the Manufacturer is U.S., Lockheed Martin
cliff731
The British "roundel" and all markings are rendered in low-visibility, hence the colour is in grey-tones. By the way, no one is contesting the origin of manufacturing of this a/c by Lockheed Martin... but it is definitely in service to the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm and/or the Royal Air Force... and ultimately the Queen, HM Elizabeth II!
BigAlOutWest
This is what STEALTH looks like?

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