The U.S. Navy’s Aircraft Carriers Are Getting Stealth Fighters

February 17, 2017

This is bad news for the U.S. enemies around the world: the U.S. Navy is set to begin receiving the new generation of stealth fighter jets. The U.S. Navy aviation has been both lethal and legendary for a very long time. Although the U.S. Navy has a long list of distinguished aircrafts such as the F-14 Tomcat and the current fighter/attack jet F/A 18 Hornets and Super Hornets, it doesn’t have a stealth fighter jet. The Lockheed Martin Joint Strike Fighter F-35 Lightning II is set to change that.

With its F-35C carrier-based Catapult Assisted Take-Off Barrier Arrested Recovery (CATOBAR) variant set to provide the bulk of their crewed tactical airpower, the U.S. Navy will have a fleet of stealth fighter jets for the first time. This is a scary thought. Home of the most advanced and lethal fleet of various ships and submarines along unbeatable fighter jets, the new F-35C will make the U.S. Navy an even bigger and stronger juggernaut. The U.S. Navy will be virtually unstoppable. Russia and China are sure to be taking notice.