The USMC will join the Royal Navy on the HMS Queen Elizabeth's first operational deployment.
Air Combat Command's Gen. Hawk Carlisle sees the F-35 taking on a policing role amid interest in the jet from allies in the Baltic region.
US Air Force pilots are training on a jet that entered service in the 1960s, and that's a detriment to their abilities in 21st century fighters.
Wenxia Man was found guilty of "conspiring to export and cause the export of fighter jet engines, an unmanned aerial vehicle, and related technical documents."
Despite widely publicized problems here in the US, the F-35 Lightning II has gained a number of new fans in the Danish Ministry of Defense.
After plenty of arguing, the Pentagon will finally conduct an official test between the new F-35 Lightning II and the aging A-10 Thunderbolt II.
The USAF is pushing back against restarting F-22 production over the money, instead calling for the speedy development of the sixth-generation F-X fighter.
With the bombing campaign against ISIS in high gear, Air Force brass are recognizing the importance of the A-10, despite repeated attempts to retire it.
The US Air Force has appointed Northrop Grumman as the supplier for its new long-range strike bomber program, which is valued at $60 billion.
An internal Pentagon report has uncovered a number of issues with at-sea testing of the US Marine Corps' variant of the F-35B Lightning II.
A new variant of the venerable F-15 Eagle could be on the way, and it will allegedly carry 16 of the longest-range missiles in the US Air Force arsenal.
With the signature of the USMC commandant, the F-35B will become fully operational, and the Corps will start ramp up training of pilots and maintenance crews.
The British Royal Air Force is preparing to retire some 77 percent of its fighter fleet, bringing its inventory down to the lowest level since its founding.