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An investigation into the F-35B crash in South Carolina revealed the cause of the crash to be a technical malfunction in the engine’s fuel tube. The Israeli Air Force halted all F-35I flights until all aircraft are tested.
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Israel Defense Forces Oct 14
✈ The Commander of the has allowed F-35Is to resume regular activity after an in-depth investigation in cooperation with following the accident in .
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Brayan René Banegas Mejía Oct 11
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Brayan René Banegas Mejía Oct 11
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Brayan René Banegas Mejía Oct 11
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✋ Oct 11
Replying to @IDFSpokesperson
😂 😂 😂 😂 😂
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Rusty Oct 11
Replying to @IDFSpokesperson
South Carolina ❤️ the IDF!
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Derrick High Oct 11
Replying to @IDFSpokesperson
I, as an Israel supporting American, apologize for our crappy plane.
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Alessandro Castro Oct 11
, olha ai!
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C. Forrest Crumbaugh Oct 11
Replying to @IDFSpokesperson
The right thing to do. All new defense systems have initial problems. Hope this was a 1 off rather than design problem. Either way sounds like issue is one that can be resolved.
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C. Forrest Crumbaugh Oct 11
Replying to @IDFSpokesperson
PS. Most 4th & 5 gen fighters are not aerodynamic and only stay and r stable by computers constantly adjusting flight. F35 and all such planes crash if fuel supply to engine which provides thrust and powers systems is denied.
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¥$£ ⁷ Oct 11
Replying to @IDFSpokesperson
Good very proactive
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