The American military could not find the fighter that the pilot ejected on the second day.
An F-35B Lightning II fighter jet experienced an incident in the skies over South Carolina, resulting in the ejection of the pilot and the loss of the aircraft. The military is asking the public to help find the fighter, AP reports.
It is known that the incident, the essence of which was not disclosed, happened on Sunday afternoon, September 17. The fighter pilot was ejected and is in stable condition at the hospital.
The location of the aircraft could not be determined. Therefore, the military turned to the public for help in finding him. The search is centered on Lakes Moultrie and Lake Marion, north of the city of Charleston.
According to the BBC, the fighter is worth $100 million. It is designed to operate undetected by enemy radar.
We remind you that two days before a fighter plane crashed in Italy, killing a child.
Also on August 25, an F-18 Hornet fighter jet crashed in the United States.
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