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Defence Watch Blog: F-35 test fleet now able to fly six hours between engine inspections




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http://ottawacitizen.com/news/national/defence-watch/f-35-test-fleet-now-able-to-fly-six-hours-between-engine-inspections

F-35 test fleet now able to fly six hours between engine inspections

August 14, 2014

David Pugliese, Ottawa Citizen

The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter test fleet will be able to fly six hours between engine inspections for weapon test and refueling missions, as restrictions on the fifth-generation fighter continue to ease, my Defense News colleague AARON MEHTA reports.

More from his article:

Previously, the entire F-35 fleet was limited to three hours of flight time before an engine inspection was required as an investigation continues into a fire that heavily damaged an F-35A model on June 23.

The test fleet is made up of 20 F-35 fighters. The remaining 79 F-35s are still operating under the full restrictions.

During the inspection into the cause of the June 23 fire, the Pentagon grounded the entire fleet. On July 15, the planes were cleared to fly with heavy restrictions.

In late July, the Pentagon eased up on some restrictions for the test fleet. Speed restrictions were relaxed from Mach 0.9 to Mach 1.6, while maneuverability restrictions were eased slightly from 3 Gs to 3.2.

Full article here:

http://www.defensenews.com/article/20140813/DEFREG02/308130024/Further-Restrictions-Lifted-F-35-Test-Fleet-Army-Awarded-Contract





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