One chapter in Air Force history came to a close as a new one began May 15 when the 8th and 9th Fighter Squadrons relinquished command and the 7th Fighter Squadron was reactivated at the Heritage Park at Holloman.
For some time now, there is a lot of confusion about what defines all of the requirements for F-22 export. As time goes on, efforts by some to craft an export program years ago lay best forgotten to those in the know. One should expect this to continue.
Two of Tyndall Air Force Base's jet fleets have recently soared to new heights, exceeding maintenance and training standards.
F-22 Raptors recently demonstrated its viability in transferring real-time intelligence data between other aircraft and an air operations center as part of a joint experiment in a warfighting environment.
Holloman recently said goodbye to the F-117A Nighthawk and the time has now come to prepare for the arrival of the F-22A Raptor.
Col. Jeff Harrigian, 49th FW commander, held a public meeting on Monday discussing at length what's happening at Holloman AFB over the next year with the base's transition to the F-22A Raptor.
A load crew from the 525th Aircraft Maintenance Unit won their first load crew competition on April 18, 2008 since their reactivation at Elemendorf AFB.
Team Langley continued its legacy of firsts by earning an "excellent" rating in the first Phase II Operational Readiness Inspection since integrating with the 192nd FW and declaring the F-22 fighter squadrons here fully operational.
Boeing Co. sued Alcoa Inc. for forging titanium parts that contained a manufacturing defect in its supports that are used in some of the U.S. Air Force's new F-22 Raptor fighter jets, The Seattle Times reported.
The Lockheed Martin/U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor stealth fighter will be crossing the Atlantic for the first time in July, heading for the Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) at RAF Fairford in the UK.
The Air Force's newest and most technologically advanced fighter, the F-22 Raptor, is under attack.
The Airmen who maintain the Low Observable aspects of the F-22 took part in an Air Force Smart Operations of the 21st Century event Dec. 3 through 7, 2007, making the Raptor LO process of Langley maintainers more time efficient.
Oregon Air National Guard are mounting a vigorous campaign to bring the F-22 to the state to help patrol the West Coast according to The Oregonian.
Pratt & Whitney, a sibsidary of United Technologies, was awarded a $521.2 million contract from the US Air Force to maintain F119 engines for the F-22 Raptor.
Elmendorf's 3rd Wing and Air Force Reserve Command's 477th Fighter Group combined for its first F-22A Raptor deployment to Tyndall AFB, for Combat Archer.