- Sep 30, 2019
A Marine pilot ejected from an F-35 and survived, but they don't know where the airplane is and are asking the public to help find it. Why doesn't a $100-million-plus plane have a $500 ELT (or at least an AirTag) to let them know where it is?
A pilot training in one of America's most expensive weapons systems ejected over South Carolina. Officials can't find the F-35 he was flying.
A representative for the United States Marine Corps told Insider a "mishap" occurred during a Sunday training flight, resulting in the lost jet.
The Marine Corps has taken to social media looking for help to find one of its F-35s after the pilot ejected over South Carolina on a training flight Sunday. The pilot landed in a residential area in North Charleston and is recovering in a local hospital. He was reported in stable condition, and...