F-22 Photographs

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    An F-15 Eagle banks left while an F/A-22 Raptor flies in formation en route to a training area off the coastline of Virginia on April 5. The 27th Fighter Squadron is performing regular operations with two Raptors on loan from Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. The first Langley AFB, Va., F-22 is due to arrive within the next month. The F-15 is assigned to the 1st Fighter Wing at Langley AFB. [U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Ben Bloker]
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    F/A-22A Raptor #02-4029, foreground, flies in formation with two F-15 Eagles en route to a training area off the coast of Virginia on April 5. The F/A-22 is assigned to the 27th Fighter Squadron and the F-15s are assigned to the 1st Fighter Wing, both at Langley Air Force Base, Va. The Raptor is on loan from Tyndall AFB, Fla. [U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Ben Bloker]
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    An F/A-22 Raptor flies a training mission over California. [U.S. Air Force photo]
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    An F/A-22 Raptor flies a training mission over California. [U.S. Air Force photo]
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    An F/A-22 Raptor flies a training mission over California. [U.S. Air Force photo]
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    F/A-22A Raptor #91-4005 flies a training mission over California. [U.S. Air Force photo]
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    Lt. Col. James Hecker, selected to command the first active F/A-22 Squadron, stands in front of the Raptor that he flew from Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., on Jan. 18. The aircraft will be the first combat ready F/A-22 Raptor used for mission sorties. Lt. Col. Hecker is the 27th Fighter Squadron commander. [U.S. Air Force photo By Staff Sgt. Samuel Rogers]
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    Three F/A-22 Raptors taxi on the flightline at Tyndall AFB Jan. 7 as they arrive at their new home from the production plant in Marietta, Ga. Five new Raptors now call the 43rd Fighter Squadron home, increasing the squadron's inventory to 18 aircraft. [U.S. Air Force photo by Isaac Gibson]
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    An F/A-22 Raptor (foreground) and an F-15 Eagle fly over Langley Air Force Base, Va., Jan. 7. It was the Raptor's final flight before landing at its new home here. The F/A-22 will be used as a training tool to keep 1st Fighter Wing maintainers proficient on the Raptor. The wing's 27th Fighter Squadron pilots will begin flying operational missions later this month when the second Raptor arrives. [Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Keith Reed]
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    An F/A-22 Raptor is refueled by a KC-135 Stratotanker over the Grand Canyon National Park. The Air Warfare Center is playing a major role in the Initial Operational Test and Evaluation of the aircraft. [U.S. Air Force photo]
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    Senior Airman Michael Young (43rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit.), inspects an AIM-120 launcher in the main weapons bay of the F/A-22 Raptor at Tyndall AFB. [U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Albert Bosco]
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    A formation of 325th Fighter Wing F-15 Eagles and an F/A-22 Raptor fly above Panama City, Fla. The Raptor will eventually replace the F-15 Eagle in the Air Force inventory. [U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Mike Ammons]