The F-35 for the UK - Providing the Punch for Carrier Strike (video)
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The Royal Navy is about to embark on its most ambitious overseas deployment in almost four decades.
The embodiment of the UK’s revival of carrier strike, the HMS Queen Elizabeth will soon embark on its first operational deployment.
Providing powerful and flexible strike capability to the upcoming CSG21 deployment is the UK’s new fifth-generation fighter aircraft - the F-35B Lightning II.
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