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F-22s, F-35s complete first post-Hurricane Combat Archer air-to-air exercise
F-22s from the 27th Fighter Squadron and F-35s from the 58th Fighter Squadron successfully flew over 140 sorties and fired 13 missiles F-22s from the 27th Fighter Squadron and F-35s from the 58th Fighter Squadron successfully flew over 140 sorties and fired 13 missiles to culminate the first post Hurricane Michael Combat Archer...
Lockheed Martin pitches F-22, F-35 hybrid to the USAF too
"The F-35 is a game-changer with its unprecedented combination of lethality, survivability, and adaptability. Bringing this new mission to Tyndall ensures that the U.S Air Force is ready to dominate in any conflict," Gen. David L. Goldfein, Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force The U.S. Air Force (USAF) has indicated...
Most badly damaged F-22s now flyable and ready to take off from Tyndall
The final F-22s will leave Tyndall for more in-depth assessment and maintenance at Langley by Nov. 6 The most badly damaged F-22s are now flyable and will leave Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB) by Nov. 6, 2018 as more than 1,300 airmen work to bring Tyndall back from the brink following Hurricane Michael. As reported by Air Force Magazine, seventeen F-22s...
Lockheed Martin engineers to determine the fate of Tyndall's F-22s damaged by Hurricane Michael
Initial assessments said that up to 17 of the F-22s had been destroyed, but top USAF officials later visited the base and said the damage wasn't as bad as first thought Lockheed Martin has dispatched engineers to Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB), Florida to assess the damage on the F-22s that were parked there when Hurricane Michael struck on Oct....
"Tyndall F-22s damaged by Hurricane Michael likely fixable," Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says
“I’m not ready to say that all the F-22s can be fixed, but our initial review was perhaps more positive than I anticipated ... in light of the amount of damage,” Defense Secretary Jim Mattis As reported by Air Force Times, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis sounded optimistic Monday about the chances of repairing an unknown number of F-22s and other...
F-22 stealth fighters left behind at Tyndall AFB damaged beyond repair by Hurricane Michael
More than a dozen F-22 Raptors were left at Tyndall AFB for either mechanical or safety reasons More than a dozen F-22 Raptor stealth fighters were left behind as Hurricane Michael bore down on Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB) on Oct. 10, 2018. As reported by Air Force Magazine, in Michael's wake, many of those Raptors are damaged, and some beyond...
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...
F-22 that crash landed nearly six years ago is almost ready to return to service
F-22 # 02-4037 which was badly damaged when it failed to lift off during a touch-and-go at Tyndall AFB on May 31, 2012 will soon be serviceable again next March after a six-year repair job F-22 # 02-4037 which was badly damaged when it failed to lift off during a touch-and-go at Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB) on May 31,...
U.S. F-22 Raptors make new deployment to RAF Lakenheath
The F-22 stealth fighters will conduct air training alongside 48th FW F-15s and with other Europe-based U.S. aircraft and NATO allies The F-22 Raptor is back in the U.K.! The U.S. Air Force (USAF) in fact has deployed several F-22s, Airmen and associated equipment to Royal Air Force (RAF) Lakenheath, England, for a flying training deployment to conduct air training alongside...
The 3.2B modernization update to the F-22 is the fighter jet’s biggest capability upgrade which, once fielded, will add capability boosts to USAF air superiority and further support coalition efforts overseas On Apr. 18, 2017 F-22 Raptors from the 411th Flight Test Squadron (FLTS) completed developmental tests of air-to-air missiles against an aerial target at the Utah Test and Training...

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