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U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Michael Lippert, test pilot with the F-35 Pax River Integrated Test Force, takes off from HMS Queen Elizabeth with the first Paveway II payload Oct. 9, 2018.

A US Marine Corps F-35 squadron will make history by deploying aboard a foreign aircraft carrier

US Marines flying F-35B fighters are set to deploy aboard the HMS Queen Elizabeth, one of the first US squadron deployments on a foreign carrier ever.
Britain's HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives in New York in October 2018 after completing training in Maryland. It return to the US East Coast later this year.

Britain’s newest and most powerful warship is heading back to the US to kick off operational training with US F-35 jets

HMS Queen Elizabeth will return to the US in late 2019, Business Insider understands.
HMS Queen Elizabeth will be deployed on a mission to the Pacific region, Mediterranean, and the Middle East. Pictured, Britain's new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives in New York on October 19, 2018.

Britain is ramping up its stand-off with China by deploying its only aircraft carrier to the South China Sea

UK Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson made the announcement and said: "British and American F35s will be embedded in the carrier's air wing."
The first bombs have been dropped from F-35B Lightning II fighter jets conducting trials aboard the HMS Queen Elizabeth.

A bold F-35 pilot carried out a ‘bizarre’ backward landing on Britain’s largest warship

The unusual move is "like driving the wrong way down a one-way street," the Royal Navy said in a statement hailing the landing as a "milestone."
HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives in New York

Over 70,000 tons of British sea power just sailed into New York, and the photos are stunning

The aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth just dropped anchor in the Big Apple. Check out these awesome photos of Britain's flagship as it starts a week-long visit to New York.
An F-35B Lightning II above the aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, September 25, 2018.

The biggest warship in British history just met the F-35 for the first time

The HMS Queen Elizabeth took to the sea last year as the UK's biggest warship ever, and this week aircraft landed and took off on it for the first time.
HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives in Florida. September 5, 2018.

Britain’s biggest warship had to deal with Hurricane Florence on its way to train with F-35 jets for the first time

HMS Queen Elizabeth was delayed by waves and winds caused by Hurricane Florence on its way to Norfolk, Virginia – the carrier's last pit-stop before F35 jet trials at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland, in September. There, F35 jets will fly for the first time in 8 years from a British ship.
HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives in Florida. September 5, 2018.

6 sailors from Britain’s largest warship reportedly arrested in Florida on drunk and disorderly behavior

Britain's largest aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, arrived in the US this week for training. While on shore leave in Florida six sailors were arrested and detained over drunk and disorderly behavior, local news reports said. One of them was reportedly stunned by a Taser.
HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives in Florida. September 5, 2018.

Britain’s largest and most powerful warship has arrived in the US to train with F-35 jets for the first time

HMS Queen Elizabeth, has reached the coast of Florida on its journey to the US. It will refuel before making completing its trip to Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Maryland to commence F-35B fighter jet trials. The ship arrived at Mayport Naval base on Wednesday.
HMS Queen Elizabeth in Portsmouth, UK.

Britain’s newest and most powerful aircraft carrier is headed to America to train with F-35s for the first time

One of the world's newest aircraft carriers, HMS Queen Elizabeth, is on its way to the US ahead of F-35B landing trials. The ship cost £3.5 billion and is the third largest in the world. The ship will be training with F35-B jets based in Maryland, but will also visit New York.