The F-22 At Nellis (2012)





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Published on Mar 29, 2012

Video by Airman 1st Class Aaron Hauser, Airman 1st Class Rachel Maxwell, Staff Sgt. Jose Rodriguez and Airman Rachel Webster 99th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
F22 in action during Red Flag at Nellis AFB, NV.

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opinion: USN needs a version. Heavy tripod landing gear with a  tail hook. F-22N Super Raptor
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kenneth law
They just take 15 mins for reload the missiles.... That is fucking incredible
From an article in the Aviationist: The F-22 is and remains the most lethal air superiority fighter ever. The Raptor has a huge advantage against its adversaries as demonstrated by the F-22’s incredible kill ratio against USAF Red Air (which play as enemy air forces during exercises) and its F-16s and F-15s, during the exercises undertaken in the last decade: for instance, during exercise Noble Edge in Alaska in June 2006, few F-22s were able to down 108 adversaries with no losses, while during the 2007 edition of the same exercise, they brought their record to 144 simulated kills. In its first Red Flag participation, in February 2007, the Raptor was able to establish air dominance rapidly and with no losses. As reported by Dave Allport and Jon Lake in a story which appeared on Air Force Monthly magazine, during an Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI) in 2008, the F-22s scored 221 simulated kills without a single loss.
Austin Harrison
A10 +F/22 Raptor raptor 
Langley AFB in the desert. Nellis AFB. When is Navy going to get a fighter that can splash a raptor. Thanks USAF for share
sucker punched
@ 1:14 I never realized how thin the wings on this bad boy are, man thats insane!! If money was no issue I would buy it, put it in my living room and just admire the damn beast, maybe invite people over for drinks, Very esthetic, not a combat fighter, but a work of Art!!
Gamer_ 100
One day I will fly one
sea man
1:55 that way of flight is just beautiful 
Alice. You should ask the pilots what THEY think.
I seirously think they should have stuck with the F-22 instead of the F-35 even though it has the oxygen deprivation problem they shoumd use the money from then to pay for the fixing of the 22, its twice the plane the 35 is and it costs 30-40 million less than all the models of the 35
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