America’s most expensive fighter jet crashes in Japan…and an urgent investigation is launched

newspaper "Daily mail" British, the fighter The prestigious, priced at $100 million, jumped out of the cockpit.

The source said the fighter has affiliated for the United States Navylanded at the base "cadena" In Okinawa, Japan on December 1st at 2pm.

The pilot of the plane decided to make a precautionary landing after being spotted "electrical failure"Then, a vehicle arrived at the base to pull the fighter onto the runway.

It’s unclear if anyone was aboard the fighter jet when the nose went down runway.

No information was provided on the potential damage caused by the front of the fighter falling on the runway, while the US Navy has opened an investigation to determine the causes.

quotes "Daily mail"A spokesman for the US forces said the investigation is ongoing in order to monitor any possible problems in safety and security standards.

The US Army has 300 stealth fighters "F35"while the price of the latest version reaches 78 million dollars.

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According to the British Daily Mail, fighter The prestigious, priced at $100 million, jumped out of the cockpit.

The source said the fighter has affiliated for the United States NavyHe landed at Kadena Air Force Base in Okinawa, Japan on December 1 at 14:00.

The plane’s pilot decided to land as a precaution after spotting an “electrical fault”, after which a vehicle arrived at the base to drag the fighter onto the runway.

It’s unclear whether anyone was aboard the fighter jet when the nose went down runway.

No information was provided on the potential damage caused by the front of the fighter falling on the runway, while the US Navy has opened an investigation to determine the causes.

And the “Daily Mail” quoted a spokesman for the US forces, according to which investigations are underway to monitor any possible problems in safety and security standards.

The US Army has 300 F-35 stealth fighters and the price of the latest version is $78 million.

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