Japan F-35 crashed into the sea and finally found out the cause of the crash caused by the space enthusiast

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 Japan F-35 crashed into the sea and finally found out the cause of the crash caused by the space enthusiast


Japanese Self-assembled F-35 Fighter

[World Wide Web Military Report] After months of investigation, the Japanese Self-Defense Force released the final findings of the F-35 fighter crash in April this year, concluding that space disorientation led to the crash.

According to Kyodo News Agency on August 9, the accident of the F-35A, the most sophisticated stealth fighter plane of Japan Aviation Self-Defense Force Sanze Base (Aomori Prefecture), which crashed in the Pacific Ocean near the Prefecture, was summarized and published from the 9th day without any abnormal final body investigation results. As with the interim report, the conclusion is that the pilots space misorientation that prevents him from grasping the planes height and posture led to the crash.

Reported that since the announcement of the interim report on June 10, empty also commissioned experts to carefully check voice recordings, reproduce the action before the crash, and investigate the reasons. Twelve similar fighter planes have resumed flight. It turned out that the fighter planes sounded an alarm at that time. It was alleged that the pilot tried to adjust his posture after he found out the abnormality, but it was too late. The interim report states that the fighter plane crashed without the pilot being aware of the problem.

The F-35A began to descend around 7:26 p.m. on April 9 after receiving instructions from ground controllers at an altitude of about 9,900 metres. The fighter took about 20 seconds to reduce its altitude at a speed of more than 900 kilometers per hour, and received instructions to turn left at an altitude of about 5,300 meters. After that, the F-35A continued to decline, falling to less than 300 meters above the Pacific Ocean, about 135 kilometers east of the Sanze base, and then disappeared from radar. According to the analysis, the fighter plane may crash at a super-fast speed of more than 1,100 kilometers per hour.

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