Clyde Bellinger, left, of Lockheed Martin, instructs a Marine taking a mock flight in an F-35B cockpit simulator at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort during the July 11, 2014, Homecoming Ceremony for VMFAT-501, the first F-35B squadron to be stationed at the base. The squadron represents the return of the once-deactivated "Warlords" squadron.
Clyde Bellinger, left, of Lockheed Martin, instructs a Marine taking a mock flight in an F-35B cockpit simulator at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort during the July 11, 2014, Homecoming Ceremony for VMFAT-501, the first F-35B squadron to be stationed at the base. The squadron represents the return of the once-deactivated "Warlords" squadron. Jay Karr
Clyde Bellinger, left, of Lockheed Martin, instructs a Marine taking a mock flight in an F-35B cockpit simulator at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort during the July 11, 2014, Homecoming Ceremony for VMFAT-501, the first F-35B squadron to be stationed at the base. The squadron represents the return of the once-deactivated "Warlords" squadron. Jay Karr

F-35B training squadron welcomed to MCAS Beaufort

July 11, 2014 06:57 PM

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