An F-35 fighter jet crashed in the United States while flying from a factory to an air base.

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An F-35 fighter jet crashed in the United States while flying from a factory to an air base.

It is reported that the newest American fighter F-35 crashed in the United States. Moreover, “newest” in this case is not a figure of speech. It took off from the factory airfield for delivery to one of the US military bases. That is, the fighter was recently assembled and accepted by the military commission.

According to the latest data, the plane crashed and completely burned near the largest city in the American state of New Mexico, Albuquerque.



The F-35 crashed into a desert area, crashing into a hillside. A fire broke out and was extinguished by several fire crews.

The American press writes that the pilot ejected, there is no threat to his life. However, he was diagnosed with multiple injuries. He was taken to one of the nearest clinics.

It is reported that the F-35 crashed after refueling at Kirtland Air Force Base.

Photos and videos from the crash site of the fifth-generation fighter indicate that it cannot be restored.

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  1. +2
    29 May 2024 07: 55
    This also happens... the equipment is complex, it breaks down like other similar ones.
    Who is to blame... the investigation will probably figure it out.
    1. +22
      29 May 2024 07: 56
      It would be better if he took the plant with him. It’s a pity that it didn’t explode at the factory)))
      1. +8
        29 May 2024 08: 00
        They are the enemy, they bring us many troubles, misfortunes...
        Yes it is.
    2. +6
      29 May 2024 08: 00
      .It is reported that the newest American fighter F-35 crashed in the United States. Moreover, “newest” in this case is not a figure of speech. It took off from the factory airfield for delivery to one of the US military bases. That is, the fighter was recently assembled and accepted by the military commission.


      This firewood cannot even reach the base from the factory.
      1. +18
        29 May 2024 08: 06
        An F-35 fighter jet crashed in the United States while flying from a factory to an air base.

        Is there at least one reason why I should be upset!? what
        1. +7
          29 May 2024 08: 07
          Why be upset? You can laugh here.
          1. +9
            29 May 2024 08: 16
            You can laugh at the phrase
            that it cannot be restored

            Yes, so that they fall with the same intensity as their trains go off the rails.
        2. +2
          29 May 2024 08: 19
          Quote: Clear
          Is there at least one reason why I should be upset!?

          Excess of building materials! laughing
          1. 0
            29 May 2024 09: 55
            Yes, it looked like it was riveted together from plywood. Burnt to ashes, only the engine is visible.
            1. 0
              29 May 2024 13: 45
              Burnt to the ground

              It's not completely gone. It looks like he fell flat on his face, it was painfully intact. To the ground is when the earth is sifted for pieces.
        3. +5
          29 May 2024 08: 54
          yes, there is one reason - the plane did not fall on the territory of the F-35 production plant and everything there did not burn to hell. hi
          1. +1
            29 May 2024 08: 58
            Quote: oleg-nekrasov-19
            yes, there is one reason - the plane did not fall on the territory of the F-35 production plant and everything there did not burn to hell. hi

            hi
            Then to the Pentagon, the White House or the Capitol.
            1. +1
              29 May 2024 12: 43
              They have a cartload of cans and a small cart. One is dumber than the other. But where the puppeteers sit is the question and the problem. It seems that our planet simply cannot get rid of these parasites.
        4. +2
          29 May 2024 09: 55
          Is there at least one reason why I should be upset!? what
          Of course there is: it didn’t fall on the assembly frames of its native “nest”. He didn’t even ram a gas station. And there were so many opportunities... We need to take an example from McCain.
        5. -3
          29 May 2024 10: 20
          There is at least one reason why I should be upset!


          There is a reason. Since they already appear in the chronicles of F-35 incidents in different countries, that means there are a sufficient number of them. And those who don't fly don't fall.
          1. 0
            29 May 2024 12: 45
            Katz offers to surrender?
            Your mentoring tone has become boring.
            1. -1
              29 May 2024 12: 52
              Katz offers to surrender?

              Katz would suggest "learning about warfare the real way." But the Russians are closing the Mausoleum of the one who said this with plywood.
              1. +1
                29 May 2024 13: 26
                Katz is so smart, he quotes primary sources. Alas for us. Our society is also affected, albeit to a lesser extent, and the strings from the puppeteers are also reaching out to us.
              2. +1
                29 May 2024 20: 51
                Quote: dauria
                Katz offers to surrender?

                Katz would suggest "learning about warfare the real way." But the Russians are closing the Mausoleum of the one who said this with plywood.

                Oh, belay did the F35 fall on the Mausoleum? I'm not reading carefully again crying
                1. +1
                  29 May 2024 21: 08
                  I'm not reading carefully again

                  You're forgiven. wink But the men should remember this slogan, which hung in any barracks next to the portraits of Politburo members.
                  1. +1
                    29 May 2024 22: 20
                    Quote: dauria
                    I'm not reading carefully again

                    You're forgiven. wink But the men should remember this slogan, which hung in any barracks next to the portraits of Politburo members.

                    I am only “for” such a slogan!
        6. ANB
          +1
          29 May 2024 11: 07
          . Is there at least one reason why I should be upset?

          Whole bunch:
          - it’s a pity that there’s only one
          - as they wrote above, it’s a pity that it’s not at the factory
          :)
      2. 0
        29 May 2024 08: 11
        It is dangerous to underestimate the enemy... however, you should not overestimate either.
        The minke whales are experimenting, developing their concept of aviation, and given their capabilities, this is serious.
      3. +1
        29 May 2024 10: 12
        Apparently "made in China".
        1. +2
          29 May 2024 10: 20
          Rather, in Lochkid they adopted Boeing's best practices in assembling screws with self-tapping screws smile
      4. -4
        29 May 2024 11: 50
        This firewood cannot even reach the base from the factory.


        Our Su-57 was the first to crash, too, is it like firewood for 2 billion rubles?!
        1. 0
          29 May 2024 13: 28
          There is still a difference in the words first and thousandth (relatively speaking). And “firewood for 2 billion rubles” is not far from the truth.
    3. -1
      29 May 2024 08: 11
      - Who is to blame... the investigation will probably figure it out.
      Fitter Petrov and gas station attendant Bashirov.
      1. +1
        29 May 2024 08: 13
        Everything can be both more complicated and simpler!
        Perhaps they will figure it out and fix something there, but... in general, options.
        1. +1
          29 May 2024 22: 40
          Yes, the crow doesn’t care which air intake it flies into, new, old, invisible or visible. Although there were some standards for grinding duck without flying compressor blades.
    4. +3
      29 May 2024 08: 39
      Minus one enemy. am good
      I sincerely wish the pilot to remain disabled for the rest of his life. am good
    5. +1
      29 May 2024 08: 55
      Possibly the quality of the fuel.
      I've read more than once that it has gotten worse
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  3. +4
    29 May 2024 08: 00
    The joke was remembered:
    - Grandfather, tell me how you shot down two planes during the war?
    - Well, grandson, it’s not like he shot it down... Let’s just say: he didn’t refuel...
  4. +3
    29 May 2024 08: 04
    It is reported that the F-35 crashed after refueling at Kirtland Air Force Base.

    Did you fill it with de-watered fuel?
    1. +10
      29 May 2024 08: 10
      Quote: Nexcom
      Did you fill it with de-watered fuel?

      Nat! Mamai swear...
  5. +2
    29 May 2024 08: 12
    Are you in a hurry to assemble your planes?
    1. 0
      29 May 2024 10: 13
      It seems their pace is stable: 13 pieces per month in the States.
      And one more per month at factories in Italy and Japan.
  6. +3
    29 May 2024 08: 20
    It turns out that in the states they also dilute aviation kerosene with donkey urine! winked
    1. +3
      29 May 2024 08: 54
      Comrade, what does “too” mean? From now on, more details please.
    2. 0
      29 May 2024 09: 57
      It turns out that in the states they also dilute aviation kerosene with donkey urine!
      They have tension with donkeys. Therefore, only the staff...
  7. +2
    29 May 2024 08: 22
    Thirty-five again. This has never happened before, and now it has happened again. . . winked
  8. +4
    29 May 2024 08: 24
    Well, thank God. Minus 100 lyams from the USA. Although they, of course, print them like candy wrappers, it’s still nice. :)
  9. 0
    29 May 2024 08: 27
    It turns out, if I understand correctly, US fighter jets use two-component fuel, which means the refueling process is quite hectic.
    Like the monofuel hydrazine mixture H-70, which contains 70% hydrazine (N2H4
    ) and 30% water by weight and something else.
    Or just hydrozine?
    1. 0
      29 May 2024 09: 32
      This hydrazine is terrible! My friend is poisoned by its fumes every day at work. They seem to clean boilers, I think
  10. 0
    29 May 2024 08: 39
    Crashed into a slope, desert area, several fire crews. In a desert. What was there to stew there and why?
    1. -1
      29 May 2024 09: 58
      Crashed into a slope, desert area, several fire crews. In a desert. What was there to stew there and why?
      I hope it was extinguished with hydrazine wassat
  11. 0
    29 May 2024 08: 45
    The spy unscrewed the locknut...
    (Mango-Mango, "Bullets")

    bully
  12. +2
    29 May 2024 08: 52
    The F-35 crashed into a desert area, crashing into a hillside. A fire broke out and was extinguished by several fire crews.
    In this situation, there was a twist
    it cannot be restored.
    Yeah.
  13. 0
    29 May 2024 08: 55
    I have a question for the website’s aviation experts. 1000 flight hours for an F 35 squadron in 8,5 months is a good result for peacetime. The question arose after the official website, f35.com.
    1. +1
      29 May 2024 12: 03
      I have a question for the site’s aviation experts. 1000 flight hours for an F 35 squadron in 8,5 months is a good result for peacetime.


      I am not an expert, but I have often seen information that in our country the norm is 180 hours of flight time per year for a pilot; in NATO the norm is higher.
    2. +1
      29 May 2024 22: 30
      Here is the Serdyukov order of 2011. Just keep in mind that the aircraft's flight time and the pilot's flight time are two different things. There are more crews than planes. This is due to the fact that the machine doesn’t care, but the person gets tired. And you need to know how many aircraft there are in an American squadron, what kind of squadron it is (combatant or training center). The combatant spends resources evenly across all of them.
  14. 0
    29 May 2024 08: 57
    F-35 fighter crashed

  15. +1
    29 May 2024 09: 03
    An F-35 fighter jet crashed in the United States while flying from a factory to an air base.

    Not every titanium is equally useful to the enemies of Russia, and fuel does not need to be diluted with donkey urine...
  16. 0
    29 May 2024 09: 30
    Well, they’ve already bungled up to a thousand of them.
  17. +1
    29 May 2024 09: 30
    Fell... "because the spy unscrewed the locknut..."
  18. 0
    29 May 2024 09: 55
    Well done Petrovich. The sabotage was a success laughing Next time, make sure that he can’t even take off from the factory airfield. wassat
  19. 0
    29 May 2024 10: 14
    It is reported that the F-35 crashed after refueling at Kirtland Air Force Base

    Perhaps the kerosene at Kirtland Air Force Base was somehow diluted.
  20. 0
    29 May 2024 11: 57
    It’s a pity that he didn’t fall at the factory, or at the base where he was flying.
  21. 0
    29 May 2024 12: 01
    The newest American fighter F-35 crashed in the USA
  22. -1
    29 May 2024 12: 01
    Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
    This firewood cannot even reach the base from the factory.


    Our Su-57 was the first to crash, too, is it like firewood for 2 billion rubles?!

    Oh, the tsipsota has rowed :)
    For P.N.DOS it was the 10001st. We could have already perfected the assembly to full automation and assembled it with our eyes closed.
    Although, maybe this F35 was assembled while half asleep :))
  23. 0
    29 May 2024 14: 12
    An F-35 fighter jet crashed in the United States while flying from a factory to an air base.

    I hope Biden expressed his condolences to the fighter's family. laughing lol lol lol
  24. 0
    29 May 2024 14: 36
    Photos and videos from the crash site of the fifth-generation fighter indicate that it cannot be restored.

    Is the author joking or...
  25. 0
    29 May 2024 17: 53
    Newest и new it's completely different.