Fighter sustainment

The first F135 engine for the United States Marine Corps' F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter arrived at Bldg. 3001 June 23. According to base officials, Tinker will support the entire JSF program at the depot level for Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps engines. The new speedline to repair the engines will originally have 60 days to apply the upgrade to the engines and will eventually go down to a 30-day turnaround. See the story in next week’s paper. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

PHOTO BY: Kelly White
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