Israeli F-35 aircrafts grounded after probe following crash in September

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October 11, 2018 18:52
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IDF Spokesperson announced Thursday that it shall follow the example of the United States and ground all F-35 aircrafts until further notice.

A United States F-35 fighter jet crashed in South Carolina last month, instigating a thorough investigation on the machines.

In the investigation, a technical malfunction was detected in the jet's engine. The US then decided to ground all aircrafts until the issue is resolved.

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