The military, on Twitter, stopped short of saying the Israeli F-35s had been grounded, describing them as remaining on operational standby.
Israel's military said its air force chief "decided to exercise extreme caution" and test all the F-35s, "even though this was not the model used by the Israeli Air Force and that no failures have been found in the planes."
It said it expected the examination to last a few days, after which the F-35s would return to full operation. (Reporting by Ari Rabinovitch; Editing by Toby Chopra)
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