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New Combat Aircraft for the Norwegian Armed Forces

Welcome to kampfly.no, the Norwegian Ministry of Defence's homepage for the acquisition of new combat aircraft for the Norwegian Armed Forces. Norway plans an acquisition of up to 52 F-35A.

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Facts regarding Norway and F-35

2018-12-06: The F-35 remains crucial to the continued modernization of our Armed Forces and our ability to preserve Norwegian and allied security and interests. September 2018 Norway received 3 more aircraft from Fort Worth, Texas, adding up so the total number so far is 9 received aircraft to Norway and 7 to pilot training in Arizona. Norway will receive 6 more aircraft in 2019.

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Norge har nå ni F-35 på Ørland flystasjon.

The F-35 aircraft marks the start of a new era for the Norwegian Armed Forces

2017-11-10: The F-35 remains crucial to the continued modernization of our Armed Forces and our ability to preserve Norwegian and allied security and interests. The Government marked the procurement with a ceremony at Ørland Air Base November 10th. – Today, we are marking an important milestone in the development of Norway’s defence capabilities: The arrival in Norway of the first F-35 Lightning II jets, says Prime Minister Erna Solberg.

November 3rd the three aircrafts landed at Ørland.

– Receiving the first F-35 Lightning II is a major milestone for Norway

On November 3rd, three Norwegian F-35 aircraft flew from Fort Worth, Texas and landed at Ørland Air Base, Norway.

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The Joint Strike Missile has proven advanced capabilities and has passed all the qualifying tests

An important milestone has now been achieved, with the Joint Strike Missile (JSM) passing the last of its planned tests in the missile qualification programme. The development phase of the JSM is now in its final stage and is scheduled for completion in autumn 2018.

Three new F-35 aircraft to Norway

On May 22, three new F-35 aircraft landed at Ørland Air Base in Norway. Six aircraft are now on Norwegian soil. – Our new F-35s are a major investment and the most important acquisition to strengthen the defence capabilities of our Armed Forces, said Defence Minister Frank Bakke-Jensen.

Successful F-35 drag chute test in Norway

While The US Air Force is completing another round of cold-weather testing of the F-35A at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska, Norway completed a successful verification of the drag chute system at Ørland Air Force Base in Norway February 16th.

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Ministry of Defence

Phone: + 47 23 09 80 00
Address: Pb. 8126 Dep., 0032 Oslo
Visitor address: Glacisgata 1, 0150 Oslo

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