The U.S. Air Force will send the F-35A Lightning II joint strike fighter aircraft to participate in the Paris Air Show this June, Air Force officials announced May 6, 2017.
|F-35A will take part at Paris Air Show 2017|
"The F-35A strengthens partnerships and improves regional stability," said Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein. "We welcome the opportunity to further demonstrate the revolutionary capabilities of this aircraft."
"Every deployment of this game-changing weapons system enhances our readiness...the maintainers, operators and mission support warriors get better and better," said Gen. Tod Wolters, Commander, U.S. Air Forces in Europe."When we deploy we operate as a coalition. Operationalizing and integrating the F-35 makes us a stronger fighting force."
Source: Lockheed Martin