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HMS Queen Elizabeth🇬🇧
F-35B Lightnings from have arrived onboard! The jets, from VMX-1 based at MCAS Yuma, are conducting 'fly to' operations for the next two weeks. Their pilots are undergoing CQ, 'Carrier Qualification', before exercising pairs sorties with our own UK Lightnings
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Paul Mathieson 31 Oct 19
Replying to @HMSQNLZ @USMC and 2 others
Great stuff
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Tim Ruff 31 Oct 19
Replying to @Raavasuu @HMSQNLZ and 4 others
It was tested years ago on US Army Apaches. As it requires laser guidance it wouldn’t be a good choice for anything faster than a helicopter.
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DrewParker 31 Oct 19
Replying to @HMSQNLZ @USMC and 2 others
What I’d really like to see is some of Harriers landing and taking off from your deck! That would be amazing to see!
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Dave Simpson 31 Oct 19
No / not going to happen
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Abstract Artgirl 31 Oct 19
Replying to @HMSQNLZ @USMC and 2 others
Very beautiful! Thank you, also to my Dutchland :)
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The Panic 31 Oct 19
Congratulations! Those are beautiful!
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Brian Polkinghorn 31 Oct 19
Replying to @HMSQNLZ @USMC and 2 others
Excellent!
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FolksyEdge 31 Oct 19
Replying to @HMSQNLZ @USMC and 2 others
Hmmm. Where do they pack their overnight bags?
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Auke Oosting 31 Oct 19
And the first operational Netherlands F35-A landed today at . We already have 9 F35's in the USA for training but now the first one is to stay in 🇳🇱. Second will follow soon. Congrats to and to us.
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C J 31 Oct 19
Interesting camo paint 😜
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