A unique formation wowed the crowd at the recent Joint Services Open House at Andrews AFB in Maryland. A Second World War P-51 Mustang led a 1960s-vintage F-4 Phantom, 1990s-built F-15E Strike Eagle and a brand-new F-22A Raptor Stealth Fighter. The event also featured an F-22 solo display that has been enhanced from last year with new post-stall and thrust-vectoring maneuvers. The F-22 is flying at airshows in the U.S. on most weekends this summer, and will be flown across the Atlantic for the first time in mid-July, to appear at the Royal International Air Tattoo and on the opening day of the Farnborough Air Show.
U.S. Air Force Heritage Flight Adds F-22 Raptor
- May 23, 2008, 5:37 AM