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originally posted by: Mikeultra
a reply to: Zaphod58
Thanks for that link. I like the F-22 better than the F-35. I noticed in that link that it started out as F-22, but as of 2005 they call it F/A-22. Does the attack part of fighter/attack mean that it was decided to also use it for attacking targets on the ground, but originally it was meant to be strictly for air to air combat?
The F-14 and F-16 have just the fighter designation, while the F/A-18 was always F/A wasn't it? I recognized it was Nellis as soon as I saw the mountains at the beginning of the 1st video. Dry barren ugly mountains.
Is the F-22 strictly an Air Force plane?