F-22 Raptor Takeoff at US Air Force Reserve

F-22 Raptor Takeoff

The Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor while taking off at US Air Force Reserve in Georgia. The USAF Reserve Command (AFRC) located in Robins Air Force Base since 1968, later in 1997 its name officially changed to Air Force Reserve Command.

This also usually called Air Reserve Component that controlled by US Federal, they are part of United States Air Force. The AFRC main role is supports all Air Force missions, through control and exploitation as well as held in reserve for possible war. Speaking of the jet fighter, the F-22 is the most advanced stealth jet operating by USAF. It classified as fifth generation jet fighter, one of the most sophisticated jet fighter as well.
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