US Marine Corps F-35B and US Air Force F-35A stealth fighter aircraft are working together for the first time at Red Flag 17-3 being held at Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas, Nevada.

“For Red Flag, we bring in our joint warfighters with their capabilities and their equipment,” said Air Force Lt. Col. Mark Sadler, 414th Combat Training Squadron commander. “We come together and fight as a team. And, we get to learn from each other as we do that.”

“We get to learn in a realistic training environment as we continue to progress down the road with this platform and other fifth-generation or fourth-generation aircraft,” Sadler said.