Home / DoD / Singapore Air Force Officials View F-35 Training Ahead of Possible Acquisition

Singapore Air Force Officials View F-35 Training Ahead of Possible Acquisition

F35Singapore Air Force officials watched the demonstration of a new U.S. fighter at the Luke Air Force Base in Arizona, Military Times reported Tuesday.

Officers at the Air Force base said the F-35B flew from the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma to a pilot-training base west of Phoenix Tuesday and conducted some runway approaches to hover and then land, the report said.

Singapore officials are in the country to witness F-35 training exercises at Luke Air Force Base and the southwestern Arizona-based Barry M. Goldwater Range, according to the report.

Military Times reports the Asian country is considering buying the fighter plane.

The F-35B is designed as a single-engine short takeoff and vertical landing model of the Marine Corps’ F-35.

Check Also

USAF Sees Value in Faulty Data; Frank Konieczny Quoted

Analysts from the U.S. Air Force see to it that bad data must undergo evaluation with senior leadership before fixing, Fedscoop reported Wednesday. Frank Konieczny, USAF chief technology officer, said the service branch is working to keep data flaws uncensored. Data flaws may include obsolete formatting, typos and incorrect or incomplete input.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *