The 27th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron from Langley Air Force Base, Va., is redeploying after four months in support of the Theater Security Package mission.
Any pilot flying sorties during Red Flag-Alaska can expect long days filled with mission planning, and pre and post flight briefings.
More than 150 Airmen and 12 F-22 Raptors from the 43rd Fighter Squadron at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., arrived here July 31 in support of the Air Force's first Exercise Global Gem joint training.
History was made Aug. 4, as the first accelerated packaged maintenance plan, or PMP, on an F-22 Raptor in a deployed environment came to a conclusion.
The Department of the Air Force announced today its actions to consolidate the F-22 fleet. The secretary of the Air Force and the chief of staff of the Air Force determined the most effective basing for the F-22.
Total force integration set the stage for the Hawaii National Guard, alongside Airmen from the Pacific Air Forces, as they marked the arrival of the first pair of F-22 Raptors during a ceremony on July 9.
Top military and local community leaders gathered July 9 for a dedication service for the F-22 Raptor.
The Hawaii Air National Guard's 154th Wing welcomed the first of its new inventory of F-22's today during a ceremony at 09.00h.
Leaders from the Pacific Air Forces (PACAF), the 13th Air Force, the 15th Airlift Wing and the Hawaii National Guard gathered on the edge of the Hawaii ANG's 154th Wing fighter ramp to break ground for the new F-22 Raptor Low Observable Composite Repair Facility.
The 49th Fighter Wing has a long and storied history filled with accomplishments in almost every conflict the United States has entered since the early 1940s.
A prototype YF-22 Raptor fighter plane that was built in Palmdale, Calif., flight tested here, and put on temporary display at the National Museum of the Air Force in Dayton, Ohio, returned to Edwards AFB where it will stay for Air Force Flight Test Center Museum visitors to see.
In order to stay proficient and ensure the Air Force's continued air dominance, pilots must train constantly in their fighters, logging hours upon hours in the cockpit. For one Langley pilot, years of missions added up to a remarkable milestone.
The U.S. Air Force deployed 12 F-22A Raptors from Holloman to Kadena Air Base, Japan, May 24, 2010, for approximately four months.
The U.S. Air Force is scheduled to deploy F-22A Raptors to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, and Kadena Air Base, Japan, in late May for approximately four months.
The Air Force Reserve Command's 44th Fighter Group officially stood up at Holloman April 9, 2010, with an activation ceremony and passing of the historic group's guidon.