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Review 1:72 F-35B Lightning US Marines, BF-05, flown by Cdr. Nathan Gray, HMS Queen Elizabeth, 2018

1:72 F-35B Lightning US Marines, BF-05, flown by Cdr. Nathan Gray, HMS Queen Elizabeth, 2018

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Description

True 1/72 scale.
Professionally painted.
Great attention to detail.
All markings are Tampoed (pad applied).
Option to display the model on a stand that is provided.
Model can be shown with the landing gear in the down or up positions.
Optional armament provided.
Canopy can be displayed open or closed.
Pilot figure included.
Extremely heavy metal with a miTrue 1/72 scale.
Professionally painted.
Great attention to detail.
All markings are Tampoed (pad applied).
Option to display the model on a stand that is provided.
Model can be shown with the landing gear in the down or up positions.
Optional armament provided.
Canopy can be displayed open or closed.
Pilot figure included.
Extremely heavy metal with a minimum use of plastic

The Lockheed F-35 is an advanced stealth fifth generation fighter combining speed and superb
agility. There are three variants; F-35A, B and C. The F-35A CTOL (Conventional Take Off and
Landing) and has four internal weapons stations in two weapons bays plus three optional
external weapons stations. The F-35B STOVL (Short Take Off Vertical Landing) variant while the
F-35C is a CV (Carrier Variant). The F-35 will replace the USAF A-10 and F-16, the F/A-18 for the
USN and the F/A-18 and AV-8B Harrier for the USMC.

Lockheed Martin F-35B c/n BF-05 first flew on January 26, 2011. In July 2011 the aircraft went to
NAS Patuxent River and began evaluations by VX-23, the USN fighter test center. During August
2013 the aircraft went for Developmental Test Phase II onboard USS Wasp. In September 2014
BF-05 would undergo testing at Eglin AFB’s Climatic Lab. In 2016 BF-05 deployed on
USS America for DT-III and Operational Testing. September 25, 2018 piloted by
Cdr. Nathan Gray BF-05 made its first landing and take off from the carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth.


Specifications Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II

Role – Multi-role stealth fighter

First Flight – December 16, 2006

Crew
F-35A CTOL – 1
F-35B STOVL – 1
F-35C CV – 1

Powerplant
F-35A – 1 x Pratt & Whitney F135-PW-100, 40,000 lbs thrust with afterburner,25,000 lbs without.
F-35B – 1 x Pratt & Whitney F135-PW-600, 38,000 lbs thrust with afterburner,26,000 lbs without
and 40,500 lbs vertical.
F-35C - 1 x Pratt & Whitney F135-PW-100, 40,000 lbs thrust with afterburner,25,000 lbs without.

Internal Fuel Capacity
F-35A - 18,250 lbs  (8,278 kg)
F-35B – 13,500 lbs  (6,125 kg)
F-35C – 19,750 lbs  (8,960 kg)

Weights
Empty
F-35A – 29,300 lbs  (13,000 kg)
F-35B – 32,300 lbs  (14,700 kg)
F-35C – 34,800 lbs  (15,800 kg)
Maximum
F-35A – 70,000 lbs  (31,800 kg)
F-35B – 60,000lbs  (27,300 kg)
F-35C – 70,000 lbs  (31,800 kg)

Dimensions
F-35A
Length – 51.4 ft  (15.7 m)
Wingspan – 35 ft  (10.7 m)
Height – 14.4 ft  (4.38 m)
F-35B
Length – 51.2 ft  (15.6 m)
Wingspan – 35 ft  (10.7 m)
Height – 14.3 ft  (4.36 m)
F-35C
Length – 51.5 ft  (15.7 m)
Wingspan – 43 ft  (13.1 m)
Height – 14.7 ft  (4.48 m)

Performance
Speed with full internal weapons load
F-35A – Mach 1.6
F-35B – Mach 1.6
F-35C – Mach 1.6

Combat Radius with internal fuel
F-35A – 590 nm  (1,093 km)
F-35B – 450 nm  (833 km)
F-35C – 600 nm  (1,100 km)

Range with internal fuel
F-35A – 1,200 nm  (2,200 km)
F-35B – 900 nm  (1,667 km)
F-35C – 1,200 nm  (2,200 km)


Weapons (Standard Internal)
F-35A
1 x 25 mm GAU-22/A cannon
2 x AIM-120C air-to-air missiles
2 x 2,000 pound GBU-31 JDAM guided bombs
Weapons Payload – 18,000 lbs  (8,160 kg)
F-35B
2 x AIM-120C air-to-air missiles
2 x 1,000 lb GBU32 JDAM guided bombs
F-35C
2 x AIM-120C air-to-air missiles
2 x 2,000 pound GBU-31 JDAM guided bombs