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Chinese Surveillance Balloon flying over US Shot Down By F-22 by means of one AIM-9X in the first known air-to-air takedown for a Raptor
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Chinese Surveillance Balloon flying over US Shot Down By F-22 by means of one AIM-9X in the first known air-to-air takedown for a Raptor
Chinese surveillance balloon flies over US: Nellis AFB scrambles two F-22 Raptor stealth fighter jets
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Chinese surveillance balloon flies over US: Nellis AFB scrambles two F-22 Raptor stealth fighter jets
USAF F-16 Viper pilot explains why the F-15E Strike Eagle can’t hold a candle to an F-22 Raptor in an up close and personal engagement
Military Aviation
USAF F-16 Viper pilot explains why the F-15E Strike Eagle can’t hold a candle to an F-22 Raptor in an up close and personal engagement
USAF conducts First F-22 Raptor In-Flight Tests for Aircrew Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Protection
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USAF conducts First F-22 Raptor In-Flight Tests for Aircrew Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Protection
New supersonic corridor named "Bell X-1 Supersonic Corridor" unveiled at Edwards AFB during the 2022 Aerospace Valley Open House, Air Show & STEM Expo
Aviation History / Military Aviation
New supersonic corridor named “Bell X-1 Supersonic Corridor” unveiled at Edwards AFB during the 2022 Aerospace Valley Open House, Air Show & STEM Expo
The F-22 Raptor could get both an IRST Sensor and a Helmet-Mounted Display and Targeting System
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Lockheed Martin celebrates 25 years of the F-22 Raptor and air dominance
F-22 Raptor achieves milestones: first use of third-party software on fifth-gen fighter, first use in flight of an open software stack on any fighter aircraft
Military Aviation
F-22 Raptor achieves milestones: first use of third-party software on fifth-gen fighter, first use in flight of an open software stack on any fighter aircraft
F-22, Typhoon, Rafale
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Former US Navy Operations Specialist explains why although there are many threats that could potentially shoot down the F-22, the Raptor is still the winner
Here are some photos of F-22 Raptor stealth fighters first airshow appearance in Eastern Europe
Airshows / Military Aviation
Here are some photos of F-22 Raptor stealth fighters first airshow appearance in Eastern Europe
The 525th Fighter Squadron becomes third F-22 Raptor unit to win the Raytheon Trophy
Military Aviation
The 525th Fighter Squadron becomes the third F-22 Raptor unit to win the Raytheon Trophy
“The F-22 Raptor deployment to Poland adds significant capabilities to support NATO’s collective defense,” NATO Allied Air Command Commander says
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“The F-22 Raptor deployment to Poland adds significant capabilities to support NATO’s collective defense,” NATO Allied Air Command Commander says
“There’s nothing that compares to the Raptor, it’s the dominant one. It’s sad,” Hickam Airmen reflect as uncertainty radiates through the F-22 community
Military Aviation
“There’s nothing that compares to the Raptor, it’s the dominant one. It’s sad,” Hickam Airmen reflect as uncertainty radiates through the F-22 community
Here’s what would happen if you had a chance to steal an F-22 Raptor Stealth Fighter
Military Aviation
USAF plans to divest 33 F-22 Stealth Fighters rejected by HASC that instead wants to Upgrade Oldest Raptors
An In-Depth Analysis of why USAF wants to retire the F-22 Raptor
Military Aviation
USAF wants to retire 250 Old Aircraft including 33 F-22 Raptor Stealth Fighters, to purchase 82 New Airplanes, including an accelerated buy of F-15EX Eagle IIs
F-22 suffered a mishap upon landing at Eglin Air Force Base, F-16 crashed in a woodland area near the Louisiana-Texas border. Both Pilots are Safe.
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
F-22 suffered a mishap upon landing at Eglin Air Force Base, F-16 crashed in a woodland area near the Louisiana-Texas border. Both Pilots are Safe.
In the event of a No-Fly-Zone over Ukraine, the F-22 Raptor stealth fighters could sanitize the skies within an hour but they are not deployed to Eastern Europe. Here’s why.
Military Aviation
In the event of a No-Fly-Zone over Ukraine, the F-22 Raptor stealth fighters could sanitize the skies within an hour but they are not deployed to Eastern Europe. Here’s why.
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