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Picture of the Lockheed Martin F-22A Raptor aircraft

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More: USA - Air Force
More: Lockheed Martin F-22A Raptor
More: Virginia Beach - Oceana NAS / Apollo Soucek Field (NTU / KNTU)
More: USA - Virginia, September 19, 2008
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More: Joe Osciak
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Photo added: September 28, 2008
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A visitor from United States posted Fri June 1, 2012:
"One of the best"? Perhaps you can tells us "one that's better"? Fantastic photograph, Joe !

A visitor from - posted Sun May 24, 2009:
The texture and paint they use for the aircraft make it look so soft! When describing this plan to others, i really can't put into perspective how awesome it is, so i'll just show them this photo. Great Job!

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 1, 2008:
Very nice. Water vapor, afterburner trail and great detail. I agree...one of the best.

A visitor from Denmark posted Mon September 29, 2008:
Ironman eats these for breakfast.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon September 29, 2008:
Very nice; the clouds on the wing and the afterburner let me think: THIS is TH

A visitor from - posted Sun September 28, 2008:
Absolutely fantastic! One of the best!

A visitor from Trinidad And Tobago posted Sun September 28, 2008:
Good question... why are both ailerons up??.... cool pic though

A visitor from Argentina posted Sun September 28, 2008:
It's just aerodynamic. In that point the aircraft its like a rocket, so the aileron become in a elevator and when the aircraft fly slower become again in a aileron, just like that. A wonderful aircraft. I'm from Argentina ;)

A visitor from United States posted Sun September 28, 2008:
Why is both the right and left aileron up?

A visitor from United States posted Sun September 28, 2008:
The aircraft

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