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Lockheed Martin/Boeing F-22 Raptor

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Pazi, setih se podatka od ranije kada je predstavljan Norveskoj. Jeste to za sat leta. Koliko je recena istina i da li ima rezerve. Malo je odseceno i tu mozda pise koliko ostaje jos u patroli jer pise 60 i m( izgleda)... Evo samo taj deo. Ubuduce se ocekuju CFT koji su testirani.



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Sa tim poslednjim da zaokruzimo pricu i ponovimo gradivo u vezi baziranja ovog cuda tehnike u jedinicama USAF .

Citat:The United States Air Force is the only operator of the F-22. It has ordered 187 aircraft with the last to be received by early Q2 2012. It is operated by the following commands

Citat:Air Education and Training Command

325th Fighter Wing, Tyndall AFB, Florida

43d Fighter Squadron – The first squadron to operate the F-22 and continues to serve as the Formal Training Unit. Known as the "Hornets", the 43d was re-activated at Tyndall in 2002.

Air Combat Command

1st Fighter Wing, Langley AFB, Virginia

27th Fighter Squadron – The first combat F-22 squadron. Began conversion in December 2005 after and flew the first operational mission (January 2006 in support of Operation Noble Eagle).
94th Fighter Squadron
49th Fighter Wing, Holloman AFB, New Mexico
7th Fighter Squadron
8th Fighter Squadron

53d Wing, Eglin AFB, Florida

422nd Test and Evaluation Squadron – The "Green Bats" are responsible for operational testing, tactics development and evaluation for the F-22 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.

57th Wing, Nellis AFB, Nevada

433d Weapons Squadron

Air Force Materiel Command

412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB, California

411th Flight Test Squadron – Conducted competition between YF-22 and YF-23 from 1989–1991. Continues to conduct flight test on F-22 armaments and upgrades.

Pacific Air Forces

3d Wing, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska

90th Fighter Squadron – Converted from F-15Es; first F-22A arrived 8 August 2007.
525th Fighter Squadron

15th Wing, Hickam AFB, Hawaii

19th Fighter Squadron - Associate PACAF squadron to the 199th Fighter Squadron (Air National Guard).

Air National Guard

192d Fighter Wing, Langley AFB, Virginia.

149th Fighter Squadron, Virginia Air National Guard – Associate ANG squadron to the 1st Fighter Wing (Air Combat Command).

154th Wing, Hickam AFB, Hawaii

199th Fighter Squadron, Hawaii Air National Guard

Air Force Reserve Command

44th Fighter Group, Holloman AFB, New Mexico
301st Fighter Squadron - Associate AFRC squadron to the 49th Fighter Wing (Air Combat Command).
477th Fighter Group, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.
302d Fighter Squadron - Associate AFRC squadron to the 3rd Wing (Pacific Air Forces).

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Citat:The F-22 has the highest accident rate of any USAF fighter aircraft in service.

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Citat: This rate is expected to go down as the Air Force gains more experience in operating the aircraft. This may be because of the platform's relative immaturity due to its early operational status and low number of flight hours.

In April 1992, the first YF-22 crashed while landing at Edwards Air Force Base, California. The test pilot, Tom Morgenfeld, escaped without injury. The cause of the crash was found to be a flight control software error that failed to prevent a pilot-induced oscillation.

The first crash of a production F-22 occurred during takeoff at Nellis Air Force Base on 20 December 2004, in which the pilot ejected safely before impact. The crash investigation revealed that a brief interruption in power during an engine shutdown prior to flight caused a malfunction in the flight-control system consequently the aircraft design was corrected to avoid the problem. All F-22s were grounded after the crash; operations resumed following a review.

On 25 March 2009, an F-22 crashed 35 miles (56 km) northeast of Edwards Air Force Base during a test flight, resulting in the death of Lockheed test pilot David P. Cooley. An Air Force Materiel Command investigation found that Cooley momentarily lost consciousness during a high-G maneuver, then ejected when he found himself too low to recover. Cooley was killed during ejection by blunt-force trauma from the aircraft's speed and the windblast. The investigation found no issues with the F-22's design.

On 16 November 2010, an F-22, based at Elmendorf, Alaska, lost contact with Air Traffic Control. The aircraft was discovered to have crashed; the pilot, Captain Jeffrey Haney, did not survive. The F-22 fleet was restricted to flying below 25,000 feet, before being grounded completely, while the accident was investigated. During the summer of 2011, more wreckage from the crash site was recovered; the accident has been attributed to a malfunction in the bleed air system that shut down the aircraft's Environmental Control System (ECS) and On-Board Oxygen Generating System (OBOGS). The OBOGS was apparently shut down automatically in response to an overheat condition detected by the main computer.The accident review board, however, ruled the pilot was to blame for the accident, as he did not react properly and did not engage the emergency oxygen system.Schwartz has called the Pentagon Office of the Inspector General investigation of the report "routine", but did not assign blame to the pilot. The pilot's widow has sued over the defective aircraft. In response to the accident investigation results, the USAF reportedly redesigned the emergency oxygen system engagement handle


Jedan je vec zavrsio u muzeju

Citat:In April 2007 The National Museum of the United States Air Force announced it had added EMD F-22A 91-4003 to its collection. It would later be put on display in the space being occupied by a Lockheed YF-22. The Museum publicly unveiled its F-22 display on 18 January 2008

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Tri serijska u 8 godina i jedan opitni. To mu dođe 1,6%, ako može tako da se gleda. Ništa to meni ne deluje puno, a sumnjam da je to najviše od svih vazduhoplova. Ako jeste, onda Turci baš traljavo prave one svoje 16ice (i održavaju), a prijatelj koji se bavi elektronikom mi kaže da su jako aljkavi u tom poslu, samo ga otaljavaju, a to je nedopustivo u vazduhoplovstvu.

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nije mi jasno nesto u ovoj celoj prici..ulozene ogromne pare za razvoj i proizvodnju...a nikako da ga testiraju u realnim uslovima...sta ih to toliko sprecava da to urade? ne vidim smisao cele price ako ce samo ici po aeromitinzima..za to ga nisu pravili..

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Pa evo upravo se sprema da krene na `exkurziju` u Iran .Ako se nesto i desi tamo bice mu to borbena premijera .Posle toga ce samo da nize misije tako to ide inace .

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@xeonn,

Hipotetički govoreći: Da Srbija ovakva kakva je, nekako kupi eskadrilu Raptora i za vreme eksploatacije istih (recimo nekih 30 godina) ih ni jednom ne upotrebi u "realnim uslovima", to je uspešna investicija, jer znači da je bio značajan faktor odvraćanja potencijalnih agresora. Isto tako i Ameri da ga nikad ne upotrebe, mogu biti zadovoljni zbog navedenog razloga. Povuci paralelu sa ruskim nuklearnim potencijalom, u koji Rusi najviše ulažu jer im služi kao najbitniji faktor odvraćanja. Da banalizujem malo tvoju logiku - ako ga ne upotrebe, "uložene ogromne pare za razvoj i proizvodnju", (dodajem) i za održavanje, bacili su pare (?!).

Odluka je bila da Raptor neće napuštati VP SAD-a, da će služiti isključivo u odbrani istog. Ova ekskurzija koju Rau Bau Smile spominje meni govori da standardni recept Amera u iscrpljivanju neke države sankcijama (gde najviše istrpe skupi sistemi poput vojnih, pa da mogu da koriste i "standardne" vazduhoplove) ne pali u slučaju Irana, a da im se žuri da ostvare određene ciljeve, pa angažuju čak i Raptora. Očigledno im analize govore da je protivnik vrlo nezgodan.

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