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The F-22 Raptor now has a boarding ladder that can be collapsed and stowed inside the cockpit
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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
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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
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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)
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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
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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
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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
F-22 Raptor Formal Training Unit begins move from Eglin Air Force Base to Joint Base Langley-Eustis
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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)
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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)
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F-22 Raptor shoots down unidentified cylindrical object over Canada
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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.
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The F-22 Raptor scores its second aerial kill after shooting down “high-altitude object” over Alaska by means of another AIM-9X Sidewinder
The US Navy recovered the wreck of the Chinese high-altitude spy balloon shot down on Saturday by a USAF F-22 Raptor
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The US Navy found the wreck of the Chinese high-altitude spy balloon shot down on Saturday by a USAF F-22 Raptor
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
“FRANK01, Splash one!” Listen the Audio of the Chinese Spy Balloon Shoot Down
NORAD commander said the Pentagon Failed to detect Previous Chinese Spy Balloons flying over US highlighting a Gap in America’s air defenses
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
NORAD revealed that Failed to detect Previous Chinese Spy Balloons flying over US highlighting a Gap in America’s air defenses
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
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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
Chinese surveillance balloon flies over US: Nellis AFB scrambles two F-22 Raptor stealth fighter jets
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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
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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
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