The U.S. military said the F-35 failed to achieve its design purpose

National interest bimonthly website, November 23, article title: invisible Warrior: has F-35 been used to the extreme? < / P > < p > what you need to remember is that as more and more F-35 fighters come into service and more and more partners use this model, there is no doubt that it will take a learning process, and no one says it will be easy to fly this world’s most advanced aircraft. < / P > < p > the F-35 “lightning” II joint attack fighter produced by Lockheed Martin company is designed to serve as a multi-purpose fighter capable of mastering air superiority and carrying out strike missions, and also provide electronic warfare, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities to friendly forces. It is no secret that F-35 fighter is one of the most expensive weapons in military history, and there are many problems in the process of research and development. < / P > < p > General Kenneth welsbach of the U.S. Air Force said at an online event held by the Mitchell Institute of the Air Force Association this week that the U.S. Air Force has been making major mistakes with F-35 fighters. The fifth generation stealth and sensor fusion capability of the F-35 fighter fuselage has not been fully utilized, and the use of this fighter does not reflect the difference with the f-15c or F-22 fighter. < / P > < p > according to a report published in the air force magazine monthly, wilsbach has been critical of the air force’s handling of F-35 fighters. It took a while to solve the learning curve problem, he said, and operators need to understand that “tactics are totally different.”. The commander of the Pacific Air Force Command also made suggestions to the partners who are also using the F-35 fighters that they should give full play to their characteristics in using the F-35, rather than regard it as a fourth generation fighter. < / P > < p > it is reported that the above suggestions resonate with users. At present, the United States is carrying out the F-35 fighter exchange program at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona, with pilots from Australia, Japan and South Korea participating in the program. < / P > < p > RAF 61st Fighter Squadron instructor Christopher Baker has graduated from the f-35a pilot training program at Luke air force base. “I think we have made some contributions to the training mission of the U.S. air force. We have provided a unique perspective, configuration, role and environment for this training mission. The training mission sponsored by the U.S. Air Force has the same significance for us,” Baker said It should be emphasized that in addition to training Australian pilots to make full use of F-35 fighters, this training program will also help to implement the defense focus of strengthening alliances and partnerships proposed by former Defense Secretary mark esper. < / P > < p > in addition to the f-35a fighter training conducted by US Air Force pilots and partners, Marine Corps pilots have been training with RAF pilots and are preparing to jointly perform the aircraft carrier mission involving F-35B fighters.