YUMA, ARIZONA – In a special video series called Lightning Keepers, Lockheed Martin is highlighting what it takes for professionals of the U.S. Armed Forces to keep the F-35 mission ready. Thanks to these ‘Lightning Keepers’, the F-35 can meet mission-critical operational objectives anytime and anywhere in the world. These dedicated men and women ensure
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DEBLIN, POLAND – In the presence of President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda, an agreement was signed today between the governments of Poland and the U.S. for the purchase of 32 F-35A Conventional Take Off and Landing (CTOL) variant fighter jets. Poland becomes the 14th nation and 10th NATO country to buy the
WARSAW, POLAND – Poland will sign a contract for 32 F-35s on Friday, Mariusz Blaszczak – the Polish Minister of Defense – announced on Twitter. The F-35 will replace the old Polish fighter jets from the Cold War – the MiG-29 and Su-22. Poland will sign the contract on Friday January 31 at 3:00 PM
BETHESDA, MARYLAND – Lockheed Martin has exceeded its delivery commitment to joint governments in 2019 by delivering the 134th F-35 Lightning II last Monday. Next year, 141 more F-35 Lightning IIs will be delivered. A total of 134 delivered F-35s represent a 47 percent increase from 2018 and almost a 200 percent increase from 2016.
WILLIAMTOWN, AUSTRALIA – On December 13, the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) received seven more F-35A Lightnings II. Seven F-35As flew from Luke AFB in Arizona to RAAF Base Williamtown in Australia, bringing the RAAF’s in-country F-35 fleet to a total of 13 jets. The arrival brought the total number of F-35As at RAAF Williamtown