Sarah wrote:-airfoil- wrote:That cant be right, the F22 Raptor uses thrust vectoring allowing a tighter turning radius.Sure in dog-fighting for example, but not for speed higher than 300mph.
-airfoil- wrote:That cant be right, the F22 Raptor uses thrust vectoring allowing a tighter turning radius.
That cant be right, the F22 Raptor uses thrust vectoring allowing a tighter turning radius.
Sure in dog-fighting for example, but not for speed higher than 300mph.
Another problem is that a greater IR signature is created.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who likes the F-35 better. :D
who cares which one is better they are both superb military aircraftbut i do agree that the F-22 does need some more fine tuning, but the F-35 has its faults aswellwho here has actualy been upclose and personal with the F-22, ime only 14 and ive been shown around the plane and the ****pit, and have a look at these
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Thanks for deleting those stupid arguements between neoNEURO and Leela25!
Why the F22 was cancelled/
-- Edited by fluttercopter on Thursday 5th of January 2012 01:09:56 AM
-- Edited by fluttercopter on Thursday 5th of January 2012 01:10:06 AM
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Gunship wrote:Thanks for deleting those stupid arguements between neoNEURO and Leela25!
Speaking of that, whrere on the world wide web did he go? Is he still banned?
No, he left on his own. Haven't seen him log in since the past "troubles".
Lockheed Martin/Boeing F-22 Raptor cutaway post published in Air International.
Lockheed Martin video reviewing the F-22 Raptor program:
F-22 Raptor Demo, flown by Major Dave "Zeke" Skalicky, at the 2009 Joint Services Open House at Andrews AFB, MD. The demo was the "low profile" due to the weather, but the vapor was quite impressive!
Major "Max" Moga performs preflight and engine start before his demo at the March Air Fest 2008.
From 60 Minutes "Is the Air Force's F-22 fighter jet making pilots sick?"
Published on May 6, 2012
Two military pilots won't fly the F-22 Raptor, the Air Force's most sophisticated fighter plane, because they say a lack of oxygen during flight is causing disorientation and worse. Lesley Stahl reports.