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F-22 Pilot that Belly Landed his Raptor last April at NAS Oceana Took Off with Incorrect Data
The investigation also found that the F-22 pilot prematurely retracted the landing gear and that day’s flight brief was inadequate As we have already reported on Apr. 13, 2018 an F-22A Raptor belonging to the 3rd Wing from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER), Alaska, was involved in a serious accident at Naval Air Station (NAS) Fallon where the stealth fighter was...
Elmendorf F-22A Raptor crash lands at NAS Fallon after left engine flameout
The F-22A pilot did not suffer serious injuries The pictures in this post were taken Apr. 13, 2018 and show an F-22A Raptor belonging to the 3rd Wing from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER) which involved in a serious accident at Naval Air Station (NAS) Fallon where the stealth fighter was deployed for an exercise. The pilot did not suffer serious injuries. The...
The story of the F-14 pilot that was able to land his Tomcat without canopy after his RIO erroneously bailed out
As Vickers started to push on the stick, he heard a loud pop, followed by a roar. He knew exactly what had happened and he transmitted, "Lion 52. Emergency, my RIO just ejected" Here's something you don't see everyday: the incredible photos in this post in fact show an F-14 Tomcat (actually the F-14D BuNo. 164341) flying without canopy. The U.S....

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