Cpl. Travis Williams, left, listens as Stormy Boudreaux, right, a system engineer with Lockheed-Martin, goes over the controls and indicators of the F-35B simulator Friday morning inside the Officer's Club at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort.
Cpl. Travis Williams, left, listens as Stormy Boudreaux, right, a system engineer with Lockheed-Martin, goes over the controls and indicators of the F-35B simulator Friday morning inside the Officer's Club at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort. Sarah Welliver
Cpl. Travis Williams, left, listens as Stormy Boudreaux, right, a system engineer with Lockheed-Martin, goes over the controls and indicators of the F-35B simulator Friday morning inside the Officer's Club at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort. Sarah Welliver

F-35 simulator brought to MCAS Beaufort in lead-up to jet's introduction

April 26, 2013 05:35 PM

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