The first four F-35 Lightning fighter jets arrived at RAF Marham in Norfolk yesterday.
The stealth aircraft arrived just after 8pm yesterday evening, having flown from South Carolina in the USA.
They will be be flown by British pilots of the 617 Squadron, famous for being the squadron that carried out the Dambusters raids in World War II.
Images of the F35s' journey to RAF Marham:
She's on her way, the first 4 @RoyalAirForce @LockheedMartin F35-B Lightning II aircraft are about to arrive at their new home, @RAFMarhamMedia after transiting from @USMC @MCASBeaufortSC. The transit was captured by photographers based with the @PhotoACSSU, @RAFHalton. pic.twitter.com/lfVmYrlHyi— RAF Photographer (@RafPhotog) June 6, 2018
Britain's most advanced jets touch down on home soil. Four F-35B Lightnings arrived into @RAFMarhamMedia, their new home in Norfolk after a trans-Atlantic flight from the United States.— Royal Air Force (@RoyalAirForce) June 6, 2018
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