DEVELOPING: Missing F-35 Jet Crashed in South Carolina

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On July 17, 2014, Cpl. John Wilkes of the USMC photographed the first F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter assigned to Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 arriving at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort.

The Air Force requested assistance from the public in locating a Marine Corps F-35 jet that had gone missing Sunday afternoon in South Carolina.

The pilot, who had ejected safely, landed in a residential backyard and was subsequently taken to hospital in stable condition, according to TGP’s Kristinn Taylor.

The U.S. Marine Corps has issued a two-day stand-down order for all aviation units after an F-35 went missing after a “mishap”.

On Monday, a debris field was discovered in Williamsburg County, South Carolina.

ABC News reported:

The Joint Base Charleston was two hours northeast of where the debris was found.


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