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Re: First USAF pilot hits 1,000 flying hours in F-35A

Unread postPosted: 29 Oct 2020, 15:18
by aussiebloke
Corsair1963 wrote:What the USAF only has 186 F-22's and only part of them are frontline combat units. So, you think the USAF has no other non F-22 Units assigned to the "Air Superiority Role"??? (really)


You have forgotten to include the three USAF F-15C/D squadrons based overseas: one at Lakenheath and two at Kadena with about 18 aircraft plus spares per squadron.

According to the USAF the Florida Air National Guard will begin receiving their first F-35As in 2024. That can hardly be counted as a current F-35A squadron dedicated to an air superiority mission.

Re: First USAF pilot hits 1,000 flying hours in F-35A

Unread postPosted: 17 Nov 2020, 08:23
by spazsinbad
Real Fighter Pilot Walks You Through a Day in the Life as a USAF Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isHvU9cVvAw