- USAF optimistic over F-22 weight issues. Kandebo, Stanley W. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/8/1995, Vol. 142 Issue 19, p53
Presents the arguments of the developers of the US Air Force's F-22 fighter planes that modest weight increases in the F-22 are insignificant when the effectiveness and the survivability of the aircraft is considered. Details; Method of functioning of the F-22; Views of the designers.
- F-22 hitting aggressive flight test goals. Scott, William B. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;9/6/1999, Vol. 151 Issue 10, p78
Focuses on the United States Air Force F-22 development aircraft. Supercruise capabilities of the fighter plane; Pace of the flight testing; Meeting of the 1999 exit criteria set by the Defense Acquisition Board.
- F-22 `rock-solid' at high AOA. Scott, William B. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;9/6/1999, Vol. 151 Issue 10, p82
Focuses on the United States Air Force's F-22 fighter plane. Maneuverability of the fighter plane; Potential combat power; Tests done with or without the thrust-vectoring system.
- F-22 faces additional technical, cost hurdles. Wall, Robert // Aviation Week & Space Technology;3/8/1999, Vol. 150 Issue 10, p30
Reports that the United States Air Force is facing a new set of technical complications on the F-22 development program. Installation of Pratt & Whitney F119 engine; Manufacturing of the wing-assembly and some composite parts; Congress' concerns about cost growth on the program.
- USAF'S F-22 worries: Suppliers, termination. Wall, Robert // Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/26/1999, Vol. 151 Issue 4, p33
Reports on the United States Air Force's (USAF) concern over the possibility of not retaining its second-tier F-22 suppliers if the program is restructured and the US House will reduce the program funds. Overview on the Fiscal 2000 defense appropriations bill passed by the House; President Bill...
- Back-seat driver. Asker, James R. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/15/1996, Vol. 145 Issue 3, p19
Reports on the US Air Force's plan to give up 42 two-seat F-22B fighters. Projected savings; Total number of F-22s to be built.
- Letters From Our Readers (March 30, 2015). // Aviation Week & Space Technology;3/16/2015, Vol. 177 Issue 10, p1
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article on Raptor and the U.S. Air Force's premier air superiority fighter, published in the previous issue of the journal.
- 10 Things You Didn't Know About the F-22 Raptor. // U.S. News Digital Weekly;7/24/2009, Vol. 1 Issue 27, p20
A list of the ten undisclosed facts about the F-22 Raptor of the U.S. Air Force is presented.
- RAPTORS IN EUROPE. Ronayne, James // Aviation News;Nov2015, p10
The article discusses the training deployment of F-22A Raptor, developed by aerospace company Lockheed Martin, at the Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany by the U.S. Air Force.
- F-22: UNSEEN AND LETHAL. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;1/8/2007, Vol. 166 Issue 2, p126
This article evaluates the F-22 Raptor fighter plane of the U.S. Air Force.