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Unread post16 May 2019, 13:33

I agree with that.

Lotsa of people involved in the recovery ops but many were from Langley. Every F-22 saved and are either flying again or still under repair and are anticipated to return to flight. Dunno about medals, but I do agree the people involved in the entire recovery op deserves some type of recognition.
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Unread post22 May 2019, 13:26

Two pairs of F-22s, along with AWACS support intercepts a total of 4 Tu-95s and 2 Su-35s entering Alaska's Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) on 20 May.

Specifically, two of the Russian bombers were intercepted by two F-22s, and a second group of bombers with Su-35 fighters was intercepted later by two additional F-22s, while the E-3 provided overall surveillance. The Russian bombers and fighters remained in international airspace and at no time did the aircraft enter United States or Canadian sovereign airspace.

“NORAD’s top priority is defending Canada and the United States. Our ability to deter and defeat threats to our citizens, vital infrastructure, and national institutions starts with successfully detecting, tracking, and positively identifying aircraft of interest approaching U.S. and Canadian airspace,” said General Terrence J. O’Shaughnessy, the NORAD Commander. “NORAD is on alert 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.”

NORAD employs a layered defense network of radars, satellites, and fighter aircraft to identify aircraft and determine the appropriate response. The identification and monitoring of aircraft entering a U.S. or Canadian ADIZ demonstrates how NORAD executes its aerospace warning and aerospace control missions for the United States and Canada.

Operation NOBLE EAGLE is the name given to the military response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and applies to all air sovereignty and air defense missions in North America. NORAD is a binational command focused on the defense of both the U.S. and Canada and draws on forces from both countries.


Unidentified F-22 (probably intentional or because of distance):
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About 12 years ago when the F-22 made it's first Bear intercept over ADIZ:
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Unread post06 Jun 2019, 13:24

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Unread post25 Jun 2019, 13:00

Weapons 071:
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Unread post27 Jun 2019, 13:33

It is difficult to imagine what'll replace it.

14 years after IOC, it still looks futuristic and is the most feared air to air machine in existence.
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Unread post10 Jul 2019, 13:40

TY 078
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Unread post10 Jul 2019, 19:56

mixelflick wrote:It is difficult to imagine what'll replace it.

14 years after IOC, it still looks futuristic and is the most feared air to air machine in existence.

And it's only getting more lethal, with the MLU upgrades.
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Unread post14 Jul 2019, 13:34

The T-birds never even knew the F-22 was on their 6. JK
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Getting ready to take in some gas (note the deflection of the control surfaces)
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