F-22 Photographs

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    Building an F-22 Raptor. [LMTAS photo]
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    Building an F-22 Raptor. [LMTAS photo]
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    Building an F-22 Raptor. [LMTAS photo]
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    View on the production line of the F-22 Raptor. [LMTAS photo]
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    Crew members from the 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group who worked on the F-22, above, pose for a group shot following the 12 May ceremony. The crew completed the modifications, which included work on the night airto- air refueling system, a day ahead of schedule. Getting a close-up look at the aircraft are, from left, Will Huntsman; Col. C.D. Moore, F-22 System Program Office director; Governor Huntsman; Dennis Haines, F-22 vice president for Sustainment, Lockheed-Martin Aeronautics Co.; and Maj. Gen. Kevin Sullivan, Ogden ALC commander. [USAF photo]
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    The first F-22A Raptor to be modified by the technicians at Hill AFB in Utah was finished ahead of schedule. [USAF photo]
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    F-22A Raptor #04-4065 lands at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, on Tuesday, May 23, 2006. Raptors from the 27th FS at Langley AFB, Virginia, are supporting Exercise Northern Edge 2006. The Air Force selected Elmendorf as the home for the next operational F-22 squadron. The base will receive 36 Raptors, with the first jet expected in fall 2007. [USAF photo by Tech. Sgt. Keith Brown]
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    F-22A Raptor #03-4057 taxis after landing at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, on Tuesday, May 23, 2006. Raptors from the 27th FS at Langley AFB, Virginia, are supporting Exercise Northern Edge 2006. The Air Force has selected Elmendorf as the home for the next operational F-22 squadron. The base will receive 36 Raptors, with the first jet expected in fall 2007. [USAF photo by Staff Sgt. Dave Donovan]
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    Five Air Force F-22 Raptors taxi after arrival at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, on Tuesday May 23, 2006. Raptors from the 27th Fighter Squadron at Langley AFB, Va., are supporting Exercise Northern Edge 2006. The Air Force has selected Elmendorf as the home for the next operational F-22 squadron. The base will receive 36 Raptors, with the first jet expected in fall 2007. [USAF photo by Staff Sgt. Dave Donovan]
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    The tail section of an F-22 Raptor being assigned to Pacific Air Forces is prepared for an unveiling ceremony Aug 3 at the Lockheed Plant in Marietta, Ga. The aircraft, which is still under construction, will be the first of 36 F-22s assigned to Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, beginning next year. [Courtesy photo/John Rossino]
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    Lockheed Martin rolls out the first combat-capable F-22A Raptor #05-4087 stealth fighter destined for operations in the Pacific Theater. It will be assigned to Elmendorf AFB, Alaska. [Courtesy Photo]
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    Brig. Gen. Herbert Carlisle, commander of the 3rd Wing at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, is interviewed after the roll-out of the Pacific's first combat ready F-22, destined for Elmendorf AFB. [Photo by John Rossino]