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It's a Photoshop.

Yes, I do agree with that. Thank you.

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That ain't no rockets, That're some flares.

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Oh! sorry, thanks for correction.

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EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (Jan. 24, 2019) Photos of U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force variants of the F-35 Lightning II conducting the first operational live-fire tests of AIM-120 missiles released from their internal weapons storage bays over a controlled sea test range in the Pacific Ocean. F-35C Tail No. 105 piloted by U.S. Navy Lt. Daniel “Crib” Armenteros. F-35A Tail No. 5118 piloted by U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Ryan “Scar” Thulin. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Okula)

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Do anyone know the lauch envelope of an AMRAAM by F-35 (altitude, speed, AoA, Gs etc.)?

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The only thing that has been stated publicly is the speed envelope, which is unlimited (ie up to the max speed of the F-35). Since it's cleared for max F-22 altitude, there would not be any F-354 specific limit on altitude.

Gs and AoA are the only unknowns.

Any followup to this should be put on the F-35 thread
forum.keypublishing.com/forum/modern-military-aviation/3845147-2019-f-35-news-and-discussion?goto=newpost

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Flight, February 1958

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