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Jun 30, 2016

Maj. Jack Cronan, an F-35B pilot with Marine Operational Test and Evaluation Squadron One, prepares to dismount from his aircraft after the first F-35 trans-Atlantic flight, at Royal Air Force Base Fairford in the United Kingdom, June 29, 2016. Three F-35B’s flew from Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, South Carolina and landed at RAF Fairford in Gloucester, England. They were assisted by two KC-10’s and refueled 15 times over the Atlantic Ocean.

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