F-22 Photographs

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    USAF F-22A block 30 no. 05-4084 taxis on the Kadena AB flightline on May 26th, 2010. The aircraft are part of the 7th FS, deployed from Holloman AFB as part of a U.S. Pacific Command theater security package. This is the first overseas deployment for the Holloman-based Raptors, which will operate from Kadena for about four months. [USAF photo by SrA. Amanda Grabiec]
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    F-22 Raptors park on the ramp after landing at Kadena AB on May 26th, 2010. The aircraft are part of the 7th FS, deployed from Holloman AFB as part of a U.S. Pacific Command theater security package. This is the first overseas deployment for the Holloman-based Raptors, which will operate from Kadena for about four months. [USAF photo by SrA. Amanda Grabiec]
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    Lt. Col. Robert Sandford, 192d FW chief of standardization and evaluation, taxis in an F-22A block 20 no. 03-4059 from the 27th FS after surpassing 4,000 flight hours on May 17th, 2010. Sandford amassed the milestone flight time over 24 years, flying A-7 Corsairs, F-16 Fighting Falcons and F-22 Raptors. [USAF photo by A1C. Gul Crockett]
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    SMSgt. David Beahr, 192d Fighter Wing non commissioned officer in charge, and CMSgt. Michael Bouley, 192 FW maintenance group chief, speak to Lt. Col. Robert Sandford, 192 FW chief of standardization and evaluation, after surpassing 4,000 flight hours on May 17th, 2010. [USAF photo by A1C. Gul Crockett]
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    Airman who were instrumental in the process of bringing the first YF-22 Raptor prototype built, pose in front of the aircraft with Mr. David Ferguson (7th from left), first Raptor test pilot, Mr. Tom Morgenfeld (10th from left), last Raptor test pilot and Mr. Fredrick Johnsen (3rd from left), Air Force Flight Test Center Museum director, that were instrumental in bringing back to Edwards, its flight-test home. [USAF photo by Stephen K. Robinson]
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    Lt. Gen. Glenn Spears, 12th AF commander, and CMSgt. Gerardo Tapia, 49th Wing command chief, uncase the 49th Wing guidon during the 49th WG Change of Command at hangar 301, June 25, 2010. The 49th WG guidon was then presented to Col. David Krumm, the first 49th WG commander. [USAF photo by A1C Joshua Turner]
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    USAF F-22A block 20 no. 03-4051 from the 27th FS crosses over a cable called a pendant which stops it during a barrier certification on the flightline at Andersen AFB on June 19th, 2010. [USAF photo by A1C. Anthony Jennings]
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    Gen. Gary L North (center), PACAF commander leads Hickam AFB leadership in ground breaking for the F-22 Low Observable Composite Repair Facility. The Hawaii ANG is replacing their F-15 Eagles with the F-22 Raptor. The HIANG is scheduled to receive their first F-22 in July. [USAF photo by MSgt. Kristen Stanley]
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    During the F-22 arrival ceremony on July 9th, 2010 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, a crew chief ushers in the first F-22 Raptor for the 154th Wing. [USAF photo by TSgt. Betty J. Squatrito-Martin]
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    USAF F-22A block 20 no. 03-4046 on the flight line at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii on July 9th, 2010. The 199th FS of the HIANG is transitioning from the F-15 and will serve as the only ANG led joint Guard and Active Duty squadron in the Pacific and the second in the USAF. [USAF photo by TSgt. Jerome S. Tayborn]
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    USAF F-22A block 20 no. 03-4046 on the flight line at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii on July 9th, 2010. The 199th FS of the HIANG is transitioning from the F-15 and will serve as the only ANG led joint Guard and Active Duty squadron in the Pacific and the second in the USAF. [USAF photo by TSgt. Jerome S. Tayborn]
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    USAF F-22A block 20 no. 03-4045 taxing on the flight line at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, Hawaii on July 2nd, 2010. The 199th FS of the HIANG is transitioning from the F-15 and will serve as the only ANG led joint Guard and Active Duty squadron in the Pacific and the second in the USAF. [USAF photo by SSgt. Mike Meares]