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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Robert Coates monitors the "hot" refueling of an
F-35B Lightning II joint strike fighter at Eglin Air Force Base in Fort
Walton Beach, Fla., on Wednesday. In the year since the Marine Fighter
Attack Training Squadron-501 flew its first F-35B mission at Eglin's 33d
Fighter Wing, it's pilots have flown  833 local sorties and logged about
1,100 flight hours as well as developed procedures like this one for
refueling the F-35B with the engine "hot" or running.  Eglin in the heart of
F-35 training worldwide for the Air Force, Marines, Navy and international
partner operators and maintainers of the Lightning II. DEVON
RAVINE/Northwest Florida Daily News.
Caption: U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Robert Coates monitors the "hot" refueling of an F-35B Lightning II joint strike fighter at Eglin Air Force Base in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., on Wednesday. In the year since the Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron-501 flew its first F-35B mission at Eglin's 33d Fighter Wing, it's pilots have flown 833 local sorties and logged about 1,100 flight hours as well as developed procedures like this one for refueling the F-35B with the engine "hot" or running. Eglin in the heart of F-35 training worldwide for the Air Force, Marines, Navy and international partner operators and maintainers of the Lightning II. DEVON RAVINE/Northwest Florida Daily News. Album ID: 1658368 Photo ID: 47367387
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