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Meet the F-21: the specifically configured F-16 for Indian Air Force
Lockheed Martin pitches F-22, F-35 hybrid to the USAF too
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USAF suggests trading Tyndall’s F-22s with up to 3 squadrons of F-35s
Most badly damaged F-22s now flyable and ready to take off from Tyndall
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Most badly damaged F-22s now flyable and ready to take off from Tyndall
Lockheed Martin engineers to determine the fate of Tyndall's F-22s damaged by Hurricane Michael
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Lockheed Martin engineers to determine the fate of Tyndall’s F-22s damaged by Hurricane Michael
Stealth Vs Stealth: U.S. F-22s dogfight against Norwegian F-35s
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Stealth Vs Stealth: U.S. F-22s dogfight against Norwegian F-35s
USAF celebrates first flight of F-22 Raptor fifth-generation fighter
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GAO report finds that the way USAF is operating its F-22 fleet limits pilot opportunities to train for air superiority missions
Lockheed Martin to offer Japan hybrid of F-22 and F-35
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Lockheed Martin’s F-22, F-35 hybrid for Japan will cost $177 million instead of $133 million per aircraft
Northrop Grumman wants to help Japan build next generation F-3 fighter
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Northrop Grumman wants to help Japan build its next generation fighter
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Lockheed Martin to offer Japan hybrid of F-22 and F-35
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Lockheed Martin to offer Japan hybrid of F-22 and F-35
"Half of F-35’s manufacturing defects are stealth related," Lockheed Martin Executive Vice President says
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
“Half of F-35’s manufacturing defects are stealth related,” Lockheed Martin Executive Vice President says
F-22 that crash landed nearly six years ago is almost ready to return to service
Military Aviation
F-22 THAT CRASH LANDED NEARLY SIX YEARS AGO IS ALMOST READY TO RETURN TO SERVICE
USAF finds out that F-22 saves fuel by flying faster
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USAF FINDS OUT THAT F-22 SAVES FUEL BY FLYING FASTER
U.S. to deploy six F-22 stealth fighters to South Korea in December
Military Aviation
U.S. TO DEPLOY SIX F-22 STEALTH FIGHTERS TO SOUTH KOREA IN DECEMBER
U.S. could keep a small number of non-combat-rated F-35s
Military Aviation
U.S. COULD KEEP SOME F-35s WITHOUT COMBAT CAPABILITIES
F-22 and F-35 rotational deployment to South Korea
Military Aviation
AMID RISING TENSION WITH NORTH KOREA, U.S. CONSIDERS A ROTATIONAL DEPLOYMENT OF F-22 AND F-35 STEALTH FIGHTERS TO SOUTH KOREA
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USAF TO BRING MOTHBALLED F-22 BACK TO SERVICE
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LEGENDARY P-51B MUSTANG THAT FLEW UNDER THE EIFFEL TOWER TO PERFORM IN ENGLAND WITH F-22 RAPTOR
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