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Air Force jetfighter that will take off and land vertically is expected to be ready in 2019 and be ready for flight in 2021, according to an Air Force report that’s been obtained by The Associated Press.
The Air Force’s Joint Strike Fighter program was expected to start production in 2021 and be finished by 2024, the Air Force said.
The aircraft, which was expected in 2019, is based on a Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike fighter jet and is designed to be able to operate at high speeds, hover, cruise and attack ground targets.
The F-36A Lightning II Joint Strike Bomber was the most advanced fighter jet in the Air Forces arsenal.
The plane has a range of 3,000 nautical miles and a top speed of Mach 3.8, according a Navy official.
The Joint Strike Fighters were developed by Lockheed Martin Corp. and Boeing Co. for the U,S.
Navy and Marine Corps.
Lockheed Martin and Boeing were the two major makers of the F-16 and F-22 fighter jets in the service of the U’s military.
The two planes were in service since 2006.
The new F-X fighter is based in the F9 wing of the Lockheed Martin JSF program and is intended to replace the F/A-18E/F fighter jet that was retired from service in 2021.
It is expected that the FX will be used in future combat roles.
The air force is also looking to add a new variant of the jet.
The Boeing F/B-21, which is based at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, and is being developed for the Navy and Air Force, is expected by 2021 to be the new standard fighter jet for the Air force.
The USAF is also expected to have two F-15 Eagle fighters and two F/C-130J Super Hercules attack aircraft.
The jets are being used by the Air National Guard in Europe.
S., Russia and China have been locked in a military standoff over disputed territory in the South China Sea.
The Pentagon has said it will begin testing a new, stealthy fighter jet by the end of 2020.
That aircraft will be based on the Lockheed F-18.
It will be a single-seat jet with a top-of-the-line radar and the ability to carry up to seven weapons.
It could fly missions up to 12,000 miles and reach an altitude of more than 500 miles.
The Defense Department has said the new fighter jet would be able “to operate at the highest speed of any jet fighter,” with a range that could reach up to 8,000 kilometers.
The Navy has said that the new F/X is designed “to be able for a variety of missions.”
It would be powered by an advanced version of the Pratt & Whitney PW-140 turbojet engine.
The company is building the jet in two stages.
The first stage is a first-stage turboprop that is powered by a single Pratt & Taylor PW-120 turbojet, the second stage is powered using a Pratt & Mro PW-180 engine.
Lockheed also is building an airframe and a composite engine for the first stage.
Lockheed says it is working with the Ural Aircraft Corporation and the Russian company Sukhoi to develop the second-stage jet.