F-22 Photographs

  • 09-4178
    F-22A block 35 #09-4178 from the 94th FS is coming in for landing at Nellis AFB on February 26th, 2013 during a Red Flag exercise. [Photo by Isaac Lebowitz]
  • 09-4183
    F-22A block 35 #09-4183 from the 94th FS is making a right turn coming in for landing at Nellis AFB on February 25th, 2013 during a Red Flag exercise. [Photo by Isaac Lebowitz]
  • 09-4184
    F-22A block 35 #09-4184 from the 94th FS is making a right turn coming in for landing at Nellis AFB on February 25th, 2013 during a Red Flag exercise. [Photo by Isaac Lebowitz]
  • 09-4185
    F-22A block 35 #09-4185 from the 27th FS is coming in for landing at Nellis AFB on February 26th, 2013 during a Red Flag exercise. [Photo by Isaac Lebowitz]
  • 76PMG
    Aircraft mechanics Ira McFadden (left) of the 548th Propulsion Maintenance Squadron and Mike Blackmore of the 76th Propulsion Maintenance Group torque the diffuser on an F119 jet engine at Tinker AFB on August 23rd, 2013. The diffuser is where the jet fuel is atomized,or reduced to a fine spray. [USAF photo by Mike Ray]
  • F-22A
    An F-22 Raptor starts to lift up during its take-off from the runway at Holloman AFB on February 29th, 2013. Airmen across the base work together in an effort to ensure every aircraft is combat ready. [USAF photo by A1C. Daniel E. Liddicoet]
  • F-22
    A crew chief guides an F-22 pilot while he parks during an in-place deployment on Tyndall's flightline on September 19th, 2013. They were participating in WSEP, the Air Combat Command's air-to-air Weapon System Evaluation Program also known as Combat Archer. [USAF photo by A1C. Alex Echols]
  • 95FS
    The 95th Fighter Squadron will reactivate on October 11th, 2013 and will be the home of the transported F-22 combat-coded squadron. The 95th FS called Tyndall home for more than three decades deactivating in 2010. [USAF photo by Ashley M. Wright]
  • F-22
    Five F-22 Raptors fly in formation over Tyndall AFB during an event held in their honor on January 7th, 2014. These jets mark the beginning of a new mission at Tyndall and are the first five of 24 marked to call Tyndall their new home. [USAF photo by A1C. Dustin Mullen]
  • 00-4014
    USAF F-22A block 10 no. 00-4014 seen here at the Aviation Nation 2004 Air Show at Nellis AFB. The plane crashed the following month. [Photo by J. Douglas Scroggins]
  • 00-4014_001
    USAF F-22A block 10 no. 00-4014 seen here at the Aviation Nation 2004 Air Show at Nellis AFB. The plane crashed the following month. [Photo by J. Douglas Scroggins]
  • 00-4014_002
    USAF F-22A block 10 no. 00-4014 seen here at the Aviation Nation 2004 Air Show at Nellis AFB. The plane crashed the following month. [Photo by J. Douglas Scroggins]