F-35 Heritage Flight Team performs in Bell Fort Worth Alliance AirShow
FORT WORTH, TX, UNITED STATES
56th Fighter Wing Public Affairs
Captain Andrew “Dojo” Olson, F-35 Heritage Flight Team pilot and commander performs a high-speed pass in an F-35A Lightning II during the Bell Fort Worth Alliance Air Show in Fort Worth, Texas.
Equipped with the largest single-engine ever built into a fighter aircraft, the F-35 is capable of reaching speeds up to 1.6 times the speed of sound.
43,000 Pounds of Thrust
Capt. Andrew “Dojo” Olson, F-35 Heritage Flight Team pilot and commander performs a vertical climb in an F-35A Lightning II during the Bell Fort Worth Alliance Air Show in Fort Worth, Texas. The F-35A Lightning II’s F-135 single-engine contains 43,000 pounds of thrust.
Fifth-Generation Stealth Fighter
An F-35A Lightning II and P-51 Mustang fly in formation as part of a Heritage Flight display during the Bell Fort Worth Alliance Air Show in Fort Worth, Texas. The Heritage Flight display showcases the progression of our nation’s aviation history while representing the past, present, and future of Air Force airpower.
F-35 Heritage Flight Team members marshal an F-35A Lightning II upon arrival to Fort Alliance Airport. The United States Air Force F-35 HFT aircraft arrived at Fort Worth Alliance Airport to perform in the Bell Fort Worth Alliance Airshow.
Thank you U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Alexander Cook for the photos.