Lockheed Martin’s test pilot Al Norman flew the first F-35 aircraft that will be supplied to Israel. The pilot flew for 20 minutes and waved the Israeli flag in the cockpit.

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Last Tuesday, Lockheed Martin performed the first flight of the F-35 aircraft that will be supplied to Israel. The F-35 aircraft (A.K.A “Ha-Adir” – “The Mighty”) was piloted by Lockheed Martin’s Chief Pilot, Al Norman.

Norman flew the F-35 for 20 minutes and waved the Israeli flag in the cockpit. The aircraft completed the flight with no malfunctions.

According to the agreement between the USA and Israel, the first two F-35 aircraft are expected to land in Israel on December 2016.