SHARPENING THE RAPTOR’S TALONS

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F-22 Increment 3.2B upgrade

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EVER SINCE I first saw a flying Lockheed Martin F-22A in 2006, the aircraft has captured my imagination. Under the control of a pilot who truly knows how to max-perform the aircraft, the Raptor is — arguably — the most feared combat aircraft in the world. A new update will further solidify its position at the top of the food chain.

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