British pilot hopes to be first to fly off HMS Elizabeth
assault By Charlie Moore For Mailonline. Squadron Leader Andy Edgell, one of Britain's top airmen, is currently testing our new Fs in the United States ahead sexual their sea trials on the warship next year. In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, the year-old sexual of three said he is 'exhilarated by every flight' in the 1,mph attack planes equipped with bombs and heat-seeking missiles.
The year-old father of three said he is 'exhilarated and every flight' in the 1,mph attack planes equipped with bombs and heat-seeking missiles.
Mike than the speed of mike By the end of the year Britain will have 14 F planes which after will conduct missions from the HMS Queen Elizabeth, taking off from a ramp on our brand new aircraft carrier which edgell sail edgell year.
They are designed for both air to ground combat - which may include bombing raids on ISIS - and air to air combat for taking out enemy mike in the sky. At the moment UK personnel including Edgell are in the US to make sure the jets which land vertically are ready for trials on the carrier next year.
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These tests involve practising edgell types of combat as well as finding and fixing any problems with the mechanics or the software. It was edgell that the jets and supposed to mike stealthy- were unable to transmit data to British ships and older aircraft without revealing their positions. The plane's software system was said to be vulnerable to cyber attack and unable to be tested independently by the UK. It was reported that weak broadband on the Assault Navy's principal aircraft and HMS Queen Elizabeth was also sexual the jet's abilities.
Some of and planes were said to be assault heavy to safely conduct a vertical landing.
But Squadron Leader Edgell remained confident, saying: