US military grounds entire fleet of F-35s in wake of crash

The Department of Defense said it was investigating a fuel tube in the planes.
0:26 | 10/12/18

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Safety fears have grounded the military's fleet of F 35 fighter jets the Pentagon announced the move in the wake of last month's crash in South Carolina. A marine fighter went down in a marsh the pilot ejected before the crash and investigators are now concerned about the aircraft's fuel tubes. The ground and jets fact it's more of more than 250 jets the F 35 costs an estimated 100 million dollars each to build.

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