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Incidenatally, the operational status of the Raptor and the RAF Typhoon are about the same, with a single front line squadron plus training/conversion units. Unless I am mistaken about the Raptor.
In addition to the active air force, pilots with the 192nd Virginia Air National Guard in Richmond are also flying F-22 Raptors. The F-22 Raptor is currently flying at three other bases across the United States: • Testing is conducted at Edwards AFB, Calif. • Tactics development is ongoing at Nellis AFB, Nev. • A full squadron of Raptors is based at Tyndall AFB, Fla., for pilot and maintainer training.
Originally posted by Subatomic
Well thank you for the support waynos. -From ATS's newest muppet (who just learnt a valuable lesson). A few questions though -If I keep replying to this thread will it ever go away & will i ever live it down or will it be "oh no not that muppet again"
I was not aware that the raptor was operational -once again i bow to your superior knowledge.