When an F-15 is better than an F-22 or an F-35

When an F-15 is better than an F-22 or an F-35

Insider, Justin Bronk, a Research Fellow specializing in combat airpower at the Royal United Services Institute, revealed why the F-15, originally introduced four decades ago, is still more useful than either the F-22 or the F-35 in certain situations.
The F-15 is a traditional air superiority fighter of the fourth generation. It’s big, fast, agile, and carriers lots of weapons under the wing where everyone can see them. For that reason, it’s terrible at stealth, but the other side of the coin is that it’s perfect for intercepting enemy aircraft.

US F-22 Vs Chinese J-20 Fifth Generation Stealth Fighter Comparison

This video shows you that US F-22 Vs Chinese J-20 Fifth Generation Stealth Fighter Comparison.
Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor
The Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor is a fifth-generation, single-seat, twin-engine, all-weather stealth tactical fighter aircraft developed for the United States Air Force (USAF). The result of the USAF’s Advanced Tactical Fighter program, the aircraft was designed primarily as an air superiority fighter, but also has ground attack, electronic warfare, and signal intelligence capabilities. The prime contractor, Lockheed Martin, built most of the F-22’s airframe and weapons systems and did its final assembly, while Boeing provided the wings, aft fuselage, avionics integration, and training systems.
The aircraft was variously designated F-22 and F/A-22 before it formally entered service in December 2005 as the F-22A. After a protracted development and despite operational issues, the USAF considers the F-22 critical to its tactical air power, and says that the aircraft is unmatched by any known or projected fighter. The Raptor’s combination of stealth, aerodynamic performance, and situational awareness gives the aircraft unprecedented air combat capabilities.
The high cost of the aircraft, a lack of clear air-to-air missions due to delays in Russian and Chinese fighter programs, a ban on exports, and development of the more versatile F-35 led to the end of F-22 production. A final procurement tally of 187 operational production aircraft was established in 2009 and the last F-22 was delivered to the USAF in 2012.

Chengdu J-20
The Chengdu J-20 is a stealth, twinjet, fifth-generation fighter aircraft developed by China’s Chengdu Aerospace Corporation for the People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF). The J-20 made its first flight on 11 January 2011, and started in service in 2016.
China’s J-20 platform has the potential to be a capable, long-range strike system in the Asia-Pacific region, with low rate initial production appearing to have begun as of January 2016.
The J-XX program was started in the late 1990s. A proposal from Chengdu Aerospace Corporation, designated Project 718, won the PLAAF endorsement following a 2008 competition against a Shenyang proposal that was larger than the J-20.
In 2009, a senior PLAAF official revealed that the first flight was expected in 2010–11, with an service entry date by 2019.
On 22 December 2010, the first J-20 prototype underwent high speed taxiing tests outside the Chengdu Aircraft Design Institute.

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U.S. to send F-22, F-35 fighter jets to Seoul air show

美 스텔스기 F-22•F-35A 다음달 동시에 한국 온다

Washington will be sending F-22 Raptors and F-35 stealth fighters to take part in the Seoul Air Show next month.
According to a defense ministry official… the jets are being deployed to warn Pyongyang over its provocations… while also participating in the fifth Seoul International Aerospace and Defense Exhibition, or ADEX.
The expo will be held for six days starting October 17th… at Seoul Air Base.
An Air Force official says more than 400 defense firms from 33 countries are expected to take part in the biennial event, making it the largest since the first one held in 2009.

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6th Generation Fighter – The F-22 Raptor Replacement is taking shape

6th Generation Fighter –
The F-22 Raptor Replacement is taking shape

F-22 Raptor, currently perhaps world’s best fighter will be replaced, question is by what and when?

US Air Force is finalizing requirements for the next generation fighter that‘ll probably enter service as early as 2033. Program known as Penetrating Counter Air, or 6th Generation Fighter will replace F-22 Raptor in front line service.

F-22 Replacement became urgent in recent years with development in Russian capability, namely Su-57 Stealth Fighter and a formidable S-400 Long range Air Defence System.

F-35 and F-22 won’t be relegated in to reserve or retired, just US requirement for more advanced capability is becoming more evident with growing confidence among potential advisories, namely Russia and China.

6th Generation fighter concepts aren’t new, however US Air Force is keen at acquiring advanced 6th Generation Fighter technology early on, just as China, Russia and Japan are about to field 5th generation fighter. Giving US Air Force significant technological advantage over other nations.

The technology behind 6th Generation fighter is still on a drawing paper and much of it is still speculation, However capability to command up to a dozen or a swarm of drones in mid-air from co-pilots seat and execute high precision attacks or swarm attacks on enemy positons is already being tested by USAF.

Laser weapons, is another concept US Air Force as well as US Navy and Army are exploring, giving that edge over your enemy at very long range is crucial, early test with high speed drones have made laser cannons something worth considering, after all using weapon that is relatively light compared to current 30mm cannons, allowing planes to stay airborne for much longer due to weight savings.

GE’s Adaptive cycle Engine being developed for the 6th Generation fighter will also help 6th Generation fighter gain 30% greater range on same fuel, coupled with before mentioned combat payload savings, 6th generation fighter could have combat range of 1700km and ferry range of nearly 5000km.

Advanced Air Dominance Missile and Small advanced capability missile will replace current generation of advanced air to air AMRAAM missile which is relatively old technology. New missiles will have greater range, be more maneuverable and faster.
USAF plans to replace AIM-120 AMRAAM with SACM Missiles as early as mid 2030s, in time for 6th Generation Fighter service entry. Missile will have greater range, reported at 120km, thrust vectoring engine, “small design, low-weight ordnance with hyper-agility, high loadout and a compressed carriage capability.”

In line with US Air force requirements, Boeing, Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin unveiled their own 6th Generation fighter concepts. Tailless, stealth and super manoeuvrable concepts could soon become reality. Question is not of if, but when?

US F-22 Stealth Fighters Patrolling Skies above Russian Bases in Syria

U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor stealth air superiority fighters are reportedly patrolling the skies above western and northwestern Syria, including Russian military bases protected by formidable Russian air defenses.

The airspace being reconnoitered by the Raptors includes the Syrian port city of Tartus along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, which is protected from air attack by an S-300 long-range surface-to-air missile (SAM) system.

F-22 pilots are confident about the Raptor’s ability to defeat the S-300V4 and the S-400. As for how effective these SAM systems are, the Air Force isn’t 100 percent sure if the Russians have the capability to attack the Raptors as the Russians often claim.

Some military analysts believe the F-22s will play the major role in suppressing Russian SAM systems if the White House chooses to launch new cruise missile strikes — and probably air strikes by manned U.S. aircraft — against Bashar al-Assad’s regime, which only survives by the grace of the Russians.

First combat mission for F22 Raptor in syria on ISIS 2016

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“The rise of [IS] may prompt al-Qaeda to do something to show that it is still relevant,” he said.
Suspects arrested
On Friday, Spain’s interior ministry said Spanish and Moroccan police had arrested nine people suspected of belonging to a militant cell linked to the IS group.
A statement from the ministry said the suspects belonged to a group based in the Spanish enclave of Melilla, on the northern coast of Africa, and the neighbouring town of Nador, in Morocco.
One of those arrested is reported to be Spanish; the rest are Moroccan nationals.
Earlier this week, the UN Security Council adopted a binding resolution compelling states to prevent their nationals from joining jihadists in Iraq and Syria.
The US military released footage of air strikes on IS-controlled oil refineries in eastern Syria on Thursday, carried out by US, Saudi and UAE aircraft.
Sales of smuggled crude oil have helped finance the jihadists’ offensive in both countries.
Three new strikes targeting IS positions in Deir al-Zour in eastern Syria were confirmed by the US on Friday morning.
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the conflict in Syria, said the new strikes caused casualties but the numbers were unclear.
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US military footage shows a strike on the Jeribe refinery in eastern Syria
Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby said the purpose of Thursday’s strikes was “not necessarily to kill militants” but to destroy the oil facilities, which were funding IS through the black market.
He said the strikes had been effective but not yet decisive, adding that IS militants “still have financing at their fingertips”.
He said it was too soon to talk of “winning” against IS, adding that they still “have plenty of weapons and vehicles and the ability to move around”.
UK votes on action
The US says more than 40 countries have offered to join the anti-IS coalition.
The Danish government announced on Friday it would be joining the military operations against IS – but only in Iraq.
Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said the move needed to be approved in a vote in Denmark’s parliament, but said it was considered a formality. No date was given for the vote.
She told reporters the deployment would consist of seven F-16 fighter jets – four operational planes and three in reserve – along with 250 pilots and support staff.
MPs in the UK are currently debating joining the air strikes on IS in Iraq.
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Yolande Knell spoke to displaced Iraqis in Erbil’s Baharka refugee camp
The office of Prime Minister David Cameron said UK forces could legally join the bombing of targets in Iraq after the Iraqi minister of foreign affairs wrote to the UN seeking international assistance.
Mr Cameron told the UN on Wednesday IS was an “evil against which the whole world must unite”.
The Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, says his government will decide in the coming days whether to join the air strikes in Iraq and Syria.
Mr Abbott said it was in Australia’s interest to play its part in what he called the fight “against the murderous death cult”.

News Weapons Of War2017 – F-22 Raptor Will Soon Can to Kill Enemy from Twice the Range

News Weapons Of War2017 – F-22 Raptor Will Soon Can to Kill Enemy from Twice the Range
F-22 Raptor Will Soon Can to Kill Enemy from Twice the Range

Developmental testers at Edwards Air Force Base in California have completed testing on the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor’s Increment 3.2B upgrade. The new configuration will significantly boost the stealthy fifth-generation air superiority fighter’s already fearsome air-to-air capabilities.
As part of the final hurdle, F-22 Raptors assigned to the 411th Flight Test Squadron launched inert AIM-9X Sidewinder and AIM-120D AMRAAM air intercept missiles against multiple BQM-167A sub-scale aerial targets on April 18 over the Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR). The test marks a “significant effort along the 3.2B developmental test and evaluation upgrade timeline” according to the Air Force.
“The shots at UTTR were the graduation live fire event of a two-year-long 3.2B upgrade,” Lt. Col. Randel Gordon, commander of the 411th FLTS, said [3]. “The achievement of those shots is a huge technical accomplishment for the 412th Test Wing and 411th FLTS.”
The live missile shot was a particularly difficult and technically challenging event that was named after Chuck Norris, a 1980s-era action movie star. “We saved the best for last. This was the Chuck Norris shot,” Gordon said. “It was really a technically challenging shot and a graduation shot following two years of hard work. I’m deeply proud of those people in my squadron who made this happen.”
The Increment 3.2B hardware and software upgrade is one of the most significant improvements to the Raptor since the jet became operational in December 2005. Most significantly, the Increment 3.2B upgrade includes full AIM-9X Block 1 and Block 2 integration onto the Raptor. The current Increment 3.1/Upgrade 5 configuration only offers rudimentary AIM-9X Block 1 capability where the pilots see AIM-9M symbology in the cockpit.
Increment 3.2B fixes that problem with the Common Weapon Employment Zone and adds the new AIM-9X Block 2. The upgrade also includes the latest AIM-120D version of the venerable AMRAAM—which offers 50 percent greater range than previous versions of the weapon. Together, the upgrade greatly boosts the Raptor’s air-to-air prowess.
Additionally, the Increment 3.B upgrade adds an Enhanced Stores Management System (ESMS) for better future weapons integration and employment improvements. It also significantly enhances the Raptor’s Intra-Flight Data Link (IFDL) and adds much better electronic protection measures. Other improvements include greatly improved emitter geolocation capability for the Raptor’s AN/ALR-94 electronic support measures suite.
This story was originally published by The National Interest
Increment 3.2B is scheduled to enter operational testing in the fourth quarter of this fiscal year—theoretically this July and August. It should start to be fielded operationally with frontline squadrons late next year. The addition of the AIM-9X helps to address one of the Raptor’s few deficiencies—due to budget cuts in the late 1990s, the Air Force deferred AIM-9X integration and deleted the F-22’s planned helmet-mounted cuing system.
Full AIM-9X integration greatly enhances the Raptor’s already formidable within visual range dogfighting capabilities. Even without a helmet-mounted cuing system, the AIM-9X is far more capable than the antiquated AIM-9M. But to fully exploit the outer edges of the new high off-boresight capabilities of the new Sidewinder variants, the Raptor will need a helmet-mounted cuing system. Air Combat Command hopes to procure such a system for the Raptor that—if all goes well—should be fielded in the early 2020s.

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Military Weapon Information – The US Air Force F-22 Gets New Target Tracking Radar

Military Weapon Information – The US Air Force F-22 Gets New Target Tracking Radar
The US Air Force F-22 Gets New Target Tracking Radar

Upgraded radar, weapons and cybersecurity technology are being engineered into the F-22 is designed to enable the stealth fighter to counter attacks from emerging future enemy threats, dogfights successfully against Russian and Chinese 5th-generation stealth fighters, and fly successfully well into the 2060s.

newer F-22s have a technology called Synthetic Aperture Radar, or SAR, which uses electromagnetic signals or “pings” to deliver a picture or rendering of the terrain below, allow for better target identification.

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