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Video: F-35 Crashes into USS Carl Vinson in South China Sea

Published Jan. 28, 2022

Footage captured from the deck of the USS Carl Vinson captures the moment a U.S. Naval F-35 failed to land just moments before the pilot was forced to eject.


The thumbnail of this video is unfortunately not part of the video. This is the best footage to date of the incident that recently saw an F-35 crash into the South China Sea, injuring seven sailors. The footage itself has been confirmed to be factual by the U.S. Navy, along with the images seen in the thumbnail of this video.


“Impact to the flight deck is superficial and all equipment for flight operations is operational,” Navy spokesman Lt. Mark Langford told Navy Times in an email Tuesday. “All injured Sailors have been reported to be recovered or in stable condition.”


Three of the sailors, including the pilot who was forced to eject just seconds before the impact, were evacuated to the Philippines to receive treatment for their injuries. The rest of the sailors were treated aboard the USS Carl Vinson.


f35 crash


josh brooks

Published Jan. 28, 2022

Footage captured from the deck of the USS Carl Vinson captures the moment a U.S. Naval F-35 failed to land just moments before the pilot was forced to eject.


The thumbnail of this video is unfortunately not part of the video. This is the best footage to date of the incident that recently saw an F-35 crash into the South China Sea, injuring seven sailors. The footage itself has been confirmed to be factual by the U.S. Navy, along with the images seen in the thumbnail of this video.


“Impact to the flight deck is superficial and all equipment for flight operations is operational,” Navy spokesman Lt. Mark Langford told Navy Times in an email Tuesday. “All injured Sailors have been reported to be recovered or in stable condition.”


Three of the sailors, including the pilot who was forced to eject just seconds before the impact, were evacuated to the Philippines to receive treatment for their injuries. The rest of the sailors were treated aboard the USS Carl Vinson.


f35 crash


josh brooks

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