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05.12.2017 23:59

F-35's Part Fell Off

A patch from the coating of a US Air Force F-35 deployed in Japan fell down. The part on the exterior coating of the aircraft, which was about 30x60 cm in size, could not be found. The aircraft took off from Japan's Kadena Air Base on 30 November. The pilot did not notice that the piece was not in place, but when the plane started to ascend, the flight crew of another aircraft detected the incident. After the landing, it was confirmed that the part was not in place.

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