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US Air Force F-22 Aircraft
SciTechPress posted a topic in TopicsWORLDS MOST FEARED US Air Force F-22 Aircraft ready to make the Russians jealous A great demonstration of the US Air Force F-22 Aircraft which is considered the worst nightmare for the S-400 missile air defense system. TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. - Four Tyndall F-22 Raptors and approximately 60 Airmen assigned to the 325 Fighter Wing arrived at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, today to train with allied air forces and U.S. services through mid-September. This first-ever F-22 training deployment to Europe is funded by the European Reassurance Initiative, and provides support to bolster the security of our NATO allies and partners in Europe. “This inaugural Raptor training deployment is the perfect opportunity for these advanced aircraft to train alongside other U.S. Air Force aircraft, joint partners and NATO allies,” said General Frank Gorenc, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa commander. The training will prove that 5th generation fighters can deploy successfully to European bases and other NATO installations while also affording the chance for familiarization flight training within the European theater. It will also give them the chance to conduct combat air training with different aircraft like U.S. F-15 Eagles and F-16 Fighting Falcons. “It’s important we test our infrastructure, aircraft capabilities and the talented Airmen and allies who will host 5th generation aircraft in Europe,” said Gorenc. “This deployment advances our airpower evolution and demonstrates our resolve and commitment to European safety and security.” Video Description Credit: Airman 1st Class Sergio Gamboa Video Credit: Airman 1st Class Nicolas Myers Video Thumbnail credit: Rob Shenk from Great Falls, VA, USA This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license. Licence link: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/… This Photo Modified by ArmedForcesUpdate via ScitechPress.org