Pentagon claims 'no issues' after F-35 float…

NEW YORK — The military's fleet of ceremonial F-35 floats has been temporarily grounded after one of the vehicles exploded during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, destroying nearly an entire city block along 6th Avenue. According to witnesses, after a collision with the Thomas the Tank Engine blimp, the float burst into flames and crashed into a crowd of spectators, killing thousands. While the damage is estimated to be in the billions of dollars, Pentagon and Lockheed Martin officials claim there is nothing wrong with the floats themselves, and that the fleet remains parade ready.

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