British F-35Bs train with Kfirs

Airborne Tactical Advantage Company brought its Kfirs to MCAS Beaufort on Nov. 6 for two weeks of training with pilots from VMFAT-501. Interestingly, the F-35Bs sport British roundels.

An F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter takes off from Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support new and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B. The pilot is with VMFAT-501, Marine Aircraft Group 31.

An F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter takes off from Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support new and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B. The pilot is with VMFAT-501, Marine Aircraft Group 31.


An F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter takes off from Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support new and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B. The pilot is with VMFAT-501, Marine Aircraft Group 31.

An F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter takes off from Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support new and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B. The pilot is with VMFAT-501, Marine Aircraft Group 31.

Capt. Jorge Couto conducts pre-flight checks aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support New and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter. Couto is a pilot with VMFAT-501, Marine Aircraft Group 31.

Capt. Jorge Couto conducts pre-flight checks aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support New and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter. Couto is a pilot with VMFAT-501, Marine Aircraft Group 31.

Capt. Jorge Couto conducts pre-flight checks aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support New and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter. Couto is a pilot with VMFAT-501, Marine Aircraft Group 31.

Capt. Jorge Couto conducts pre-flight checks aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support New and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter. Couto is a pilot with VMFAT-501, Marine Aircraft Group 31.

Two pilots taxi down the flightline in F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighters aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support new and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B. The pilots are with VMFAT-501, Marine Aircraft Group 31.

Two pilots taxi down the flightline in F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighters aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support new and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B. The pilots are with VMFAT-501, Marine Aircraft Group 31.

A pilot taxis down the flightline in an F-21 Kafir aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support new and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B. The pilot is with ATAC.

A pilot taxis down the flightline in an F-21 Kafir aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Nov. 6. The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company is training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for the next two weeks to support new and transition pilots in their certification for the F-35B. The pilot is with ATAC.

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