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F-35 Joint Strike Fighter: Image gallery

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The F-35 Cockpit demonstrator has 180 degrees of visuals and a fully working HOTAS, MFDs and flight controls.
The F-35 Cockpit demonstrator has 180 degrees of visuals and a fully working HOTAS, MFDs and flight controls.

F-35 Joint Strike Fighter

F-35 Joint Strike Fighter

The main cockpit displays are pilot-configurable touch screens. (F-35 Joint Strike Fighter)
The main cockpit displays are pilot-configurable touch screens.

The pilot
The pilot's helmet incorporates tactical | flight | radar mapping | infra red sensor information.

The first Australian F-35 pilot climbs into the cockpit at Elgin AFB for his first flight. F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
The first Australian F-35 pilot climbs into the cockpit at Elgin AFB for his first flight.

F-35 Joint Strike Fighter

F-35 Joint Strike Fighter

F-35 Joint Strike Fighter

The first Aussie F-35 pilot takes off! F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
The first Aussie F-35 pilot takes off!

MFD touch screens showing the tactical display on the left and on the right a synthetic aperture radar return next to a GPS map of the same area.: F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
MFD touch screens showing the tactical display on the left and on the right a synthetic aperture radar return next to a GPS map of the same area.

Tactical Display. F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Tactical Display.

Synthetic Aperture Radar display. F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Synthetic Aperture Radar display.

HUD (Heads Up Display) F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
HUD (Heads Up Display)

	Vertical landing on a carrier.: F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Vertical landing on a carrier.

F-35 simulator. F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
F-35 simulator.

F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Flying the F-35 in Prepar 3D.

Doors open on the upper fuselage to allow operation of the main lift fan.: F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Doors open on the upper fuselage to allow operation of the main lift fan.

Rear nozzle deflected downwards.: F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Rear nozzle deflected downwards.

F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
VTOL symbology showing 90 degree nozzle deflection and 89% of available thrust.