Operating an F35J Joint Strike fighter is much different than operating an F/A-18 Hornet or F/V-22 Raptor.
The F/SJ-25 is the heavier, more heavily armed version of the F-16, the F/B-2A is the FV-12, and the F2A-2 is the older version.
You need more than just the F35 Joint Fighter, you need the heavy weapons and other equipment to keep it flying safely and keep the aircraft airborne.
The heavy equipment operation is the most challenging part of the Joint Strike Fighters mission.
Here’s how to do it safely and effectively.
For a full list of equipment requirements, see the table below.
The F-15E Strike Eagle is a full-size aircraft, and is the heaviest F/T-51, F/M-15, and F/F-15 fighter in service.
It weighs in at about 1,400 pounds.
This is the same weight as a F-22.
To operate a F35B Joint Strike Wing, you’ll need the following equipment: Boeing F-14 Tomcat