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Photos > CDP > Lockheed Martin > Manufacturing

From 1996 through 2001, the Lockheed Martin JSF team participated in the Concept Demonstration Phase of the JSF program. During this phase the Lockheed Martin JSF team manufactured and flew two experimental aircraft for the JSF program. Known as the X-35A/B and the X-35C, the aircraft were a result of years of work. Both X-35 aircraft successfully completed all of their flight test requirements as set forth by the JSF Program Office.

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Lockheed Martin employees working on air inlet ducts. Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin. X-35A/B forward and mid fuselage mating. Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin. Lockheed Martin X-35 under assembly at the Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale , California. Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin.
X-35s nearing completion at the Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, California. Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin. Assembly of the X-35C.  Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin. Aft view of X-35C assembly.  Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin.
View from hangar ceiling of X-35s being assemblemed at Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works. Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin. X-35s assembly at the Lockheed Martin Skunk Works. Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin. Nose on view of X-35 assembly from outside the hangar. Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin.
X-35A/B prior to painting. Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin. Forward view of installation of LiftFan into X-35B. Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin. Forward view of installation of LiftFan into X-35B. Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin.



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