F-35B Crash Landing
According to official sources, the aircraft was still under the manufacturer's ownership, Lockheed Martin and was not handed over to the U.S. Marine Corps. But the F-35B was commanded by a U.S. government pilot at the crash. The pilot ejected successfully.The aircraft was seen hovering without issue in video shooting. After the touchdown, the aircraft bounced from the ground and lost its balance. The first damage occurred when the aircraft hit its nose. The front landing gear is broken a moment later. The reason for the incident is still unknown, whether pilot error or technical malfunction.