The first overseas deployment of America's newest fighter aircraft ended when the stealthy planes arrived back on May 11.
Twelve F-22 Raptors headed back from Japan to the United States after completing training exercises in the first overseas deployment of the Air Force's most advanced aircraft. It was a performance that began and ended with delays.
Northrop Grumman achieved a key milestone in April with the delivery of the 100th active electronically scanned array (AESA) production radar for the USAF's F-22 Raptor.
GKN Aerospace has announced two new contracts with Lockheed Martin worth about $15 million for parts on the F-22A Raptor fighter jet.
For the first time ever, fighter jocks with Japan's Air Self-Defense Force got to practice air-to-to-air combat last week with American counterparts who were flying stealthy new F-22A Raptors.
Maj. Paul "Max" Moga and the world's only fifth-generation fighter aircraft may be appearing at an airshow near you this season.
The U.S. government recently hinted that it may sell F-22 Raptor fighter jets to Japan. It would be the first overseas sale of the fifthation stealth fighter aircraft.
Almost a year after the first F-22 arrived for maintenance at Hill AFB with much fanfare, the final aircraft in the initial contract workload was quietly completed and flown back to Langley AFB, Va., on April 2.
Beginning with Lot 7 production of the F-22 Raptor, the Air Force hopes to enter into a cost-saving, multi-year procurement contract with the aircraft and engine manufacturer.
The Japanese Air Self-Defense Force and the U.S. Air Force will hold this week their first joint exercise involving F-22A stealth fighters temporarily deployed at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa.
Just like in NASCAR, a good pit crew can make or break a team. When tankers aren't in the sky to refuel fighters, pilots take advantage of a pit.
The Pratt & Whitney F119 engine, powering the F-22 Raptor, exceeded 40,000 production flight hours in April, a major milestone for the engine program.
Northrop Grumman Corporation successfully completed radar flight-test certification for the fourth-generation variant of the active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar for the F-22 Raptor.
The US Air Force is to modify its training program for the F-22A Raptor. Pilots who are in their very first stage of flight training will receive interim instruction on the F-16 Fighting Falcon.
Air Combat Command's award-winning acceptance team in Marietta, Ga., is setting the precedent on how the Air Force accepts airplanes.