Tag: F-22 Raptor
  • Alaska F-22 units engage in bilateral training in Australia

    Airmen from the 477th Fighter Group, 302nd Fighter Squadron and 90th Fighter Squadron participated in a bilateral exercise with the Royal Australian Air Force at RAAF Base Tindal, Northern Territory, Australia. They spent more than 45 days training with the RAAF as part of the Enhanced Air Cooperation program.
  • Airmen fly, pay homage to fallen aviator

    Army Air Corps 1st Lt. Robert McIntosh, 27th Fighter Squadron pilot, was honored Sept. 29 with a flyover in Tipton, Indiana by a formation of F-22 Raptor fighter aircraft.
  • Tyndall Reserve Airmen reach rare F-22 milestone

    Few people get to fly an Air Force fighter jet. Even fewer have flown the F-22 Raptor. And, even more rare are Reserve Airmen, Majors Bryan Dick and Robert Ice who have reached the 1,000-hour flying mark in the Raptor. Flying 1,000 hours equates to a pilot sitting in a fighter jet for 41 days and 16 hours. Fewer than 20 Air Force F-22 pilots have
  • Alaska Reserve Maintainers hang with the HIANG

    Maintainers from the 477th Maintenance Squadron recently returned from Hawaii where they were working with the active duty and Hawaii Air National Guard F-22 maintainers to help increase sortie generation during the deployment of the Hawaiian Raptors."The primary purpose of our being there was to provide added manning in their respective AFSC's to