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    F35B sea trials


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    They must burn a lot of fuel with that type of take off and landing. It does allow a much shorter carrier vessel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rar110 View Post
    They must burn a lot of fuel with that type of take off and landing. It does allow a much shorter carrier vessel.
    Not sure how the F35 goes with air to air refuelling. I do know the A4's could have an A4 set up for refuelling.

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    Not sure if these can operate from the smaller carriers, without catapults.

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    The only effective way to use the new LHD's would be to outflank an invasion force landing on our shores. IMO. We could only land on foreign shores as part of a US task group. Which would take away our sovereignty, Gallipoli over again. The only true defensive posture would be Nuclear Submarines, with land attack missiles. IMO

    What is the F-35 for, exactly?

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