The U.S. Marine Corps has issued a two-day stand-down order for all aviation models after an F-35 went lacking after a “mishap”.
Gen. Eric Smith who serves because the highest-ranking officer in the USA Marine Corps referred to as for all aviation models each inside and outdoors of the USA to face down after an F-35 vanished with none hint.
As The Gateway Pundit reported on Sunday, the pilot who was working the F-35B Lightning II jet suffered a mishap whereas flying however was in a position to eject himself from the plane.
The pilot was in a position to escape any life-threatening accidents after he parachuted out of the plane and landed in a residential neighborhood in South Carolina.
It’s believed that the plane continues to be on auto-pilot however as of now, the Pentagon has no new data relating to the whereabouts of the jet.
This story is completely weird: As Marines proceed to seek for F-35 after ‘mishap,’ officers order 2-day stand-down for all jets https://t.co/UFdGpu7ZPI
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) September 18, 2023
Per ABC News:
Marine Corps Commandant Eric Smith on Monday issued a two-day stand-down to happen sooner or later this week for all aviation models each inside and outdoors of the USA, a Marine Corps spokesman instructed ABC Information.
The transfer was made within the wake of a “mishap” with an F-35 fighter jet in South Carolina on Sunday.
That craft has not but been situated, although the navy continues to go looking.
No models are allowed to fly till they’ve a two-day dialogue about security measures and procedures, the commandant stated in a service-wide e-mail on Monday. Whereas the Marine Corps commandant stated he has full confidence within the aviation models, he stated he felt this was the “proper and prudent” factor to do given each this incident and one other latest incident in Australia.
It is a creating story…