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Marine Corps leader orders safety stand-down of all aircraft after F-35 disappearance

  • The Marine Corps has paused its aviation operations for two days following the disappearance of a F-35B jet over South Carolina, which is still unsolved. The safety stand down is focused on maintaining operational standardization, safe flight operations, and combat readiness.
  • In response to recent mishaps, the Marine Corps has ordered a review of safety practices in every unit. Teams are currently conducting a search for the missing aircraft, utilizing both ground and air assets. The investigation involves multiple agencies and the public has been asked for assistance.
  • The difficulty in locating the stealth aircraft has raised questions about its radar visibility and whether it was on autopilot at the time of the incident. The search team is looking for signs of debris and employing sonar and detection equipment to locate the submerged fighter jet.
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