The operational training concept for Air Force and
international F-35 fighters at Luke AFB, Ariz., will be run similar to the one
already in place at Eglin AFB, Fla., where British and Marine Corps pilots fly
each other’s F-35Bs. That’s a departure from today’s F-16 model at Luke where
pilots fly F-16s unique to their squadron, officials told the Daily Report.
Here, a Marine Corps F-35B makes an approach to the runway during the first
short takeoff and vertical landing mission at Eglin AFB, Fla., on Oct. 25,
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