The F-35B recently completed wet runway and crosswind landing tests, which is good, considering that we've already bought 47 of the $252M fighters. Hopefully this isn't the first time the good folks at Lockheed Martin have tested the F-35B's that ability, since weather is still a thing that happens.
After publishing a photo last month, Lockheed Martin has published this video of the F-35 Lightning refueling at night. It's very cool, as you would expect. And I love the smell of kerosene in the morning.