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F-35B damaged by its own round exploding in first Marine aviation class A mishap this year

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A Marine Corps F-35B flying out of the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona, was damaged in early March when one of its rounds exploded while the plane was conducting a gunnery evaluation, according to a report from the Naval Safety Center. During a night mission a 25 mm PGU-32/U SAPHEI-T round, designed to take […]

F-35B damaged by its own round exploding in first Marine aviation class A mishap this year

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A Marine Corps F-35B flying out of the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona, was damaged in early March when one of its rounds exploded while the plane was conducting a gunnery evaluation, according to a report from the Naval Safety Center. During a night mission a 25 mm PGU-32/U SAPHEI-T round, designed to take […]

F-35B damaged by its own round exploding in first Marine aviation class A mishap this year

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A Marine Corps F-35B flying out of the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona, was damaged in early March when one of its rounds exploded while the plane was conducting a gunnery evaluation, according to a report from the Naval Safety Center. During a night mission a 25 mm PGU-32/U SAPHEI-T round, designed to take […]

Navy’s new destroyer, damaged in a 2019 collision, heads to its homeport in Florida

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The Navy’s newest guided-missile destroyer, the USS Delbert D. Black, departed Huntington Ingalls Industries’ shipyard in Pascagoula, Mississippi, Friday en route to its homeport in Mayport, Florida. The ship is named after the first master chief petty officer of the Navy. The Navy took delivery of the destroyer in April from Huntington Ingalls’ shipyard in […]