F-35

F-35

Now the F-35 Is Also an Anti-Nuke Weapon

The F-35 jet is an ever-expanding boondoggle, and now the Pentagon wants it to shoot down nukes.
Matthew Gault
1.18.19
defense

Trump's new "Buy American" plan pushes diplomats to promote American weapons deals

Global defense spending is set to reach $1.67 trillion in 2018
Alexa Liautaud
1.8.18
Top Fun

This 1997 Flight Sim Let You Fly the F-35 Years Before It Was Ready

I first flew the F-35 as a nine-year-old.
Ben Sullivan
2.1.17
Canada

Letters to the Editor: Video Game Skeletons and the F-35

We got mail!
Emanuel Maiberg
12.4.16
Donald Trump

How Trump Could Actually Make the US Air Force Great Again

In the absence of a more specific official policy, Motherboard asked US air power experts what they think the president-elect should do to improve the military's flying branch.
David Axe
12.1.16
defense

Canada can’t make up its mind on buying F-35s

Canada is moving to restart a competition to buy a new fleet of fighter jets. A process that will take five years.
Justin Ling
11.22.16
Donald Trump

The F-35 Stealth Fighter Is Politically Unstoppable—Even Under President Trump

Lockheed Martin is now lobbying his transition team.
Robert Beckhusen
11.15.16
ukraine

Microsoft’s HoloLens Could Go to War

Ukrainian tank crews may soon view the battlefield virtually.
Matthew Gault
11.5.16
defense & security

Canada may become the first country to ditch the F-35 fighter jet

Documents obtained by VICE News show Justin Trudeau’s government is exploring pulling out of the most expensive weapons program in history.
Justin Ling
7.26.16
war

US Air Force Tester: F-35 Is Too Good for War Games

“How do we crack this nut?”
David Axe
7.5.16
defense & security

Here's What the US and Its Allies Can Do With Their New F-35s

In the second of our three-part look at the F-35, we consider what new capabilities the ultra-expensive plane brings, and what it changes for US and allied strategy.
Ryan Faith
5.17.16
war

A-10 Nose Art Is the Last of a Dying Breed

The US Air Force intends to retire the warplane in 2022, meaning these designs would leave the military with them.
Robert Beckhusen
5.16.16
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