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F-22 Database

Unread postPosted: 26 Feb 2010, 21:52
by juve57
Hi guys,

Any news about these birds ?
05 4100 AK or HO ?
06 4108 and 4110 AK 90th or 525th ?
07 4132 ghost bird ?
07 4137
07 4138
07 4142
07 4145 to 4148
07 4150
08 4151
THANKS for any update !
(nb 05 4104 now a HO bird)

http://www.f-16.net/aircraft-database/F-22

Unread postPosted: 26 Feb 2010, 22:20
by raameagle
05-4100 is still marked AK but may be on its way to HO? It is currently at Nellis on Red Flag!

Regards

Mark

Re: F-22 DATABASE

Unread postPosted: 26 Feb 2010, 23:31
by Raptor_DCTR
juve57 wrote:Hi guys,

Any news about these birds ?
05 4100 AK or HO ?
06 4108 and 4110 AK 90th or 525th ?
07 4132 ghost bird ?
07 4137
07 4138
07 4142
07 4145 to 4148
07 4150
08 4151
THANKS for any update !
(nb 05 4104 now a HO bird)


4108 and 4110 are 525 birds. 4137-4151 are 90th jets.

RE: Re: F-22 DATABASE

Unread postPosted: 27 Feb 2010, 00:37
by Asif
Thanks for the updates. Anymore, please add here.

RE: Re: F-22 DATABASE

Unread postPosted: 27 Feb 2010, 01:12
by raameagle
Is 4151 FY07 or FY08 please?
Regards
Mark

RE: Re: F-22 DATABASE

Unread postPosted: 27 Feb 2010, 03:21
by geogen
For the record; especially given the premature shut-down of F-22 fleet procurement, I have a personal problem with annoucing and updating play-by-play, strategic F-22 tail numbers and deployments, etc...

Perhaps USAF would concur? Maybe I'm just misreading it.

RE: Re: F-22 DATABASE

Unread postPosted: 27 Feb 2010, 04:03
by checksixx
Everyone already knows how many are being produced and tail (code/block) numbers are public domain...especially considering both the Air Force and Lockheed Martin release them and sometimes update that information online. No one has posted anything concerning deployments here.

RE: Re: F-22 DATABASE

Unread postPosted: 27 Feb 2010, 04:16
by Raptor_DCTR
There's nothing "strategic" about tail numbers. If this were the case then why aren't we concerned about the extensive F-16 tail number data base on here?

RE: Re: F-22 DATABASE

Unread postPosted: 27 Feb 2010, 04:19
by geogen
I'm just suggesting that perhaps we should wait(?) for USAF to make those numbers 'public' as you say, and not try to advise ourselves beforehand?

Absolutely there is a tactical interest, regarding the actual tail-number/inter-squadron changing??

Especially with a preamature shut-down, small number combat-coded force to work with.. Thats all.

RE: Re: F-22 DATABASE

Unread postPosted: 27 Feb 2010, 04:58
by Raptor_DCTR
There's no difference knowing Raptor tail numbers compared to Vipers or eagles or warthogs....... Numbers of PAI have nothing to do with it. Like checksixx said, LM and the AIR FORCE its self have already released tail numbers and locations. Nothing was posted about deployments or TDYs or anything of that sort. Not to mention strategic and tactical are two totally different things. And no, knowing tail numbers at bases is not going to be a huge strategic loss for us and lose the war. What the Air Force doesn't tell you is what tail numbers are where at any one time (spares, loans, BAI) and what they're doing there. That's where things differ. Knowing which tails are assigned to which base is not an issue. If the Air Force didn't want you to know assigned bases/tail nubers, there would be no base codes OR serial numbers painted on the tails.

RE: Re: F-22 DATABASE

Unread postPosted: 28 Feb 2010, 09:03
by juve57
Hi,

seen on FENCE CHECK website, 05-4104 with HO markings (RED FLAG 10)

and what happens with 07-4132 ? Impossible finding markings ...
thanks for your hepl !!

RE: Re: F-22 DATABASE

Unread postPosted: 28 Feb 2010, 11:44
by raameagle
I believe 07-4132 to be at Edwards but no visual confirmation yet.

Regards

Mark

Unread postPosted: 28 Feb 2010, 20:42
by Elliboom
Here's confimation of 4104 being an HO bird

Unread postPosted: 28 Feb 2010, 21:14
by Asif
Elliboom wrote:Here's confimation of 4104 being an HO bird


Which Squadron she gone to as the badge has been painted over.

Unread postPosted: 01 Mar 2010, 07:31
by checksixx
The Holloman crew have been getting some of Langley's jets as Langley recieves new Raptors.