The nozzle burner seems to have dipped too steeply that the run distance to
lift off the plane is too short to take off. The plane topples and fell to
the sea instead. The angle of gravity of the centre-line of plane is
suddenly jerked up at its rear by the uplifted power from the nozzle burner.
The angle of gravity is then shifted forward in a sudden way, that the
centre-line of front of plane is destabilized by its sudden change in
inertial. It then caused the plane to fall over the edge of the carrier,
The top flap that is opened at the top of the plane that acts as a vertical
stabilizer to steady the plane when vertical-lift up and taking-off in the
initial forward ramming up become toppling over the head of the plane to dip
The F-35B is a failure when comes to using on carrier. The strong wind and
side-wind on the plane makes vertical take-off only risky to sweep off the
deck but also can cause the plane to drop suddenly on deck.
A year ago, the hydraulic cylinder that is the shock absorber mounted to the
wheel to support and withstand the weight of the plane was broken when the
plane suddenly lost control of its landing speeding.
The wind pushes down the weight of the plane caused the plane to increase
its weight. It puts in additional stresses on the hydraulic shock absorber.
The hydraulic is then failed to support it.
"Rusty Wyse" wrote in message