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USAF wants to retire 310 aircraft (including 42 A-10s and 32 F-22s) to put greater dollars toward NGAD fighter and Collaborative Combat Aircraft
Military Aviation
Senate Panel to Allow the retirement of 42 A-10 CAS aircraft, but not that of the 33 not combat-coded F-22 fighter jets
Students transform from not knowing how to fly the F-22 to being the next generation of air dominance professionals: Raptor FTU kicks off inaugural F-22 basic flying course at Langley
Military Aviation
Students transform from not knowing how to fly the F-22 to being the next generation of air dominance professionals: Raptor FTU kicks off inaugural F-22 basic flying course at Langley
US Navy Operations Specialist explains why even though the MiG-31 can detect the F-22 at 18 km the Foxhound pilot has just a few seconds to say a few prayers before he dies
Military Aviation
US Navy Operations Specialist explains why even though the MiG-31 can detect the F-22 at 18 km the Foxhound pilot has just a few seconds to say a few prayers before he dies
USAF SNCO explains why if the F-22 production line hadn't been torn apart years ago, today the Raptor would have about the same cost of the F-15EX Eagle II
Aviation History / Military Aviation
USAF SNCO explains why if the F-22 production line hadn’t been torn apart years ago, today the Raptor would have about the same cost of the F-15EX Eagle II
USAF releases Classified Solicitation where it Starts Process for Selecting the Contractor for NGAD to Replace the F-22 Raptor
Military Aviation
USAF releases Classified Solicitation to Start Process for Selecting the Contractor for NGAD to Replace the F-22 Raptor
USAF F-16 Pilot explains why he would Rather Fly the F-35 in combat than the F-22 (even in a War against Russia or China)
Military Aviation
Naval Aviator explains why the F-35 can give the F-22 fits in BVR while 4th Gen Fighters have 1:100 chance at best to beat the Raptor
F-22 Raptor that belly landed at NAS Fallon in 2018 is back flying again after 5-years of restoration
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
F-22 Raptor that belly landed at NAS Fallon in 2018 is back flying again after 5-years of restoration
The F-22 Raptor now has a boarding ladder that can be collapsed and stowed inside the cockpit
Military Aviation
The F-22 Raptor now has a boarding ladder that can be collapsed and stowed inside the cockpit
If USAF’s oldest F-22 Raptors are retired they could be Stored at AMARG, scrapped, Retired to museums or used as Gate Guards
Military Aviation
If USAF’s oldest F-22 Raptors are retired they could be Stored at AMARG, scrapped, Retired to museums or used as Gate Guards
F-22 Raptor pilots test USAF’s Next Generation Helmet
Military Aviation
F-22 Raptor pilots test USAF’s Next Generation Helmet
That time a Russian Su-25 attack aircraft nearly collided with a USAF F-22 stealth fighter (and the other close calls between Russian and NATO aircraft over Syria)
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
The day a Russian Su-25 attack aircraft purposely nearly collided with a USAF F-22 Raptor stealth fighter (and the other close calls between Russian and NATO aircraft over Syria)
New F-22 Formal Training Unit at Joint Base Langley-Eustis receives first of 30 Raptor stealth fighter jets
Military Aviation
New F-22 Formal Training Unit at Joint Base Langley-Eustis receives first of 30 Raptor stealth fighter jets
USAF wants to retire 310 aircraft (including 42 A-10s and 32 F-22s) to put greater dollars toward NGAD fighter and Collaborative Combat Aircraft
Military Aviation
USAF wants to retire 310 aircraft (including 42 A-10s and 32 F-22s) to put greater dollars toward NGAD fighter and Collaborative Combat Aircraft
F-22 Raptor Formal Training Unit begins move from Eglin Air Force Base to Joint Base Langley-Eustis
Military Aviation
F-22 Raptor Formal Training Unit begins move from Eglin Air Force Base to Joint Base Langley-Eustis
Here’s why the USAF F-22 used the AIM-9X rather than the gun to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon (and why the Sidewinder don’t need to “see” something hot in order to track a target)
Military Aviation
Here’s why the USAF F-22 used the AIM-9X rather than the gun to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon (and why the Sidewinder don’t need to “see” something hot in order to track a target)
F-22 Raptor shoots down unidentified cylindrical object over Canada
Military Aviation
F-22 Raptor shoots down unidentified cylindrical object over Canada
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
The F-22 Raptor scores its second aerial kill after shooting down “high-altitude object” over Alaska by means of another AIM-9X Sidewinder
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