Japanese pilots found suspected F-35A wreckage at sea are still missing

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 Japanese pilots found suspected F-35A wreckage at sea are still missing


Source: NHK

Overseas Network, April 10 - 9 evening, Japan Air Self-Defense Forces most sophisticated fighter F-35A flew over the Pacific Ocean, disappeared from radar. According to the latest news from the Japanese Self-Defense Forces, they have found a part of the suspected fighter at sea and are stepping up their confirmation.

Japans Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) said it was also searching the surrounding waters of the scene of the disappearance of the fighter plane because it was likely to crash into the sea, according to the NHK News Network of Japan on October 10. A suspected part of the fuselage of the fighter has been found at sea. As confirmation intensified, the Aviation Self-Defense Force said it was continuing to search for a male pilot on board.

Japans Kyodo News Agency said that at about 7:25 p.m. on the 9th, one of the most sophisticated stealth fighter F-35A of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (Aomori Prefecture) disappeared from radar while flying on the Pacific Ocean about 135 kilometers east of the base. There was one person on board and no radio call was answered. Japanese media pointed out that the F-35A is a follow-up to the old F-4 fighter aircraft, which was first deployed at Sanze base in January last year. Since then, new aircraft have been added from time to time. In March this year, a fleet of 12 fighters and 80 people has just been set up. As of September 9, 13 F-35As had been deployed at the base. Japan and U.S. defense officials said on the 9th that so far no F-35A has fallen. If the crash is confirmed this time, it is the first case. Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

Japans Kyodo News Agency said that at about 7:25 p.m. on the 9th, one of the most sophisticated stealth fighter F-35A of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (Aomori Prefecture) disappeared from radar while flying on the Pacific Ocean about 135 kilometers east of the base. There was one person on board and no radio call was answered.

Japanese media pointed out that the F-35A is a follow-up to the old F-4 fighter aircraft, which was first deployed at Sanze base in January last year. Since then, new aircraft have been added from time to time. In March this year, a fleet of 12 fighters and 80 people has just been set up. As of September 9, 13 F-35As had been deployed at the base.

Japan and U.S. defense officials said on the 9th that so far no F-35A has fallen. If the crash is confirmed this time, it is the first case.