An F-35 Overview


In this video produced by Lockheed Martin, the “future is now” aspect of the F-35 is highlighted.

And one scopes out from the airplane to the global fleet, the role of the global enterprise is a key driver for change in the U.S. and allied combat forces.

At the International Fighter Conference 2019, Gary North, Vice President for Customer Relations at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, presented a briefing which highlighted the F-35 today and as a driver for change.

This is rooted in part because the plane is here now with 455 plus F-35s operate today from 20 bases and two ships.

By 2023, there will be 1,087 F-35s worldwide operating from 32 baes and 11 ships.

F-35 Multi Domain Operations