The $100 million aircraft crashed on the flight deck, fell in the water, and was lost

Seven US Navy sailors were injured when the F-35C Lightning II stealth plane suffered a “landing mishap” during continuing operations to surround China, adding to hundreds of severe illegal financial sanctions, and threatening China’s 1400 million people. with Nuclear War. Fortunately the pilot escaped alive.

Three Navy personnel were transported to the Philippines for medical treatment, while another four were treated at sea

While the pilot of the plane was soon rescued by a military helicopter after ejecting, the aircraft itself has never been recovered.

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At the time of the latest accident, Navy supercarriers USS Carl Vinson and USS Abraham Lincoln, among other US ships and aircraft, were engaged in the fleet of military threatening China along with hundreds of illegal financial sanctions.

While the US and China waste billions on war preparations millions in nearby Phillipines fight for life after Super Typhoon Rai destroyed or damaged a “staggering” number of houses as it tore across the Philippines in December, leaving more than 400 people dead.

“I can confirm the aircraft impacted the flight deck during landing and subsequently fell to the water,” said US Navy spokesperson Lieutenant Nicholas Lingo on Tuesday.

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Rear Admiral Dan Martin boasted in a statement that the threats to China “highlights the U.S. Navy’s ability to deliver overwhelming maritime force…”

However, a total of seven sailors were injured during the incident, with three requiring a medical evacuation to the Philippines. The three sailors are reportedly in stable condition.

Asked about the possibility of China salvaging the aircraft Lingo said, “We cannot speculate on what the PRC’s intentions are on this matter.”

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China has territorial claims to almost all of the South China Sea and has denounced US operations in the area as an infringement of its sovereignty.

Sailors injured after US fighter jet botches landing near China
File photo: An F-35C Lightning II lands on the flight deck of aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), September 15, 2020.

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