Vertical Landing Aircraft: Incredible Up-Close View Of F-35 Fighters Defying Gravity

Posted by: Jesse Kleib on 11/17/2021

To those who have never seen it before, it might look just a little bit obscure but, believe it or not, every fighter jet that flies through the sky doesn’t always need a lot of room to come down on some sort of landing strip. Instead, some are designed to seemingly defy gravity by using downward pointing thrusters to facilitate a touchdown, allowing these things to be a lot more efficient with where they can land, eliminating the need to have a landing strip ready for them, thus allowing them to navigate to tighter areas and eliminate the need for expensive ground assistance.

This time, we get to go on a mesmerizing ride that takes you up close with a couple of F-35 fighter jets as they defy gravity right in front of your eyes as the machines almost make it looked too easy as they are about as maneuverable as it gets, contorting themselves in every way that you can imagine before eventually making their calm descent to the ground.

It’s quite amazing to tune in and watch this technology as it unfolds in front of our eyes, showing us the realm of possibility when it comes to future advancements and giving you all kinds of hope for where this kind of technology could be headed. Be sure to tune in to the video down below and tell us what you think of how this thing makes light work of a vertical landing. It’s not everyday that you get to see something like this so make sure that you feast your eyes on it and be sure to tell us what you think of how these gifted aerial machines are able to tackle what looks to be nearly impossible. It’s almost like watching floating poetry in motion.