061 – F-22 Raptor f 22 raptor technology

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There may be no better fighter in history or currently flying than the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor. Designed as an air superiority fighter to replace the F-15 Eagle, the Raptor combines advanced sensors, stealth, and exquisite flight controls and thrust vectoring into a lethal platform.

On this episode, retired U.S. Air Force Colonel Terry “Stretch” Scott joins us to describe the Raptor’s amazing features, weapons, performance, and more. He also helps answer a listener question on what it’s like to fly a fighter during extended ocean crossings, often lasting 12 hours or more!

Returning to the show as a guest co-host is episode 59 star Dave “Chip” Berke, retired U.S. Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel and former F-22 exchange pilot. During the listener question segment, he discusses historical paradigms of aircraft design, what is included when discussing the bomb weight classes, how to handle not getting your first choice in flight school, and the difference between blue and green / brown water flight operations.

At the end of the episode we say goodbye and thank you to Sunshine, who hangs up his co-host hat as his day job demands more of his time and attention. Fair winds, shipmate!

Episode artwork photo credit to Daniel Vorbach. Bumper music by Jaime Lopez / announcements by Clint Bell. This episode was produced by our friends at The MuscleCar Place Podcast Network. .

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

00:00 Listener Q&A

20:38 F-22 Interview

1:34:55 Farewell to Sunshine

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MrBinmelchor 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

One of the best podcasts to listen to, by far.

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MrBinmelchor 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

This needs an update, tbh. USAF finally realizing their folly and finally allotting funds ro uphrade the Raptor afyer giving it the short end of the stick for so long.

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Kevin McCarthy 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

I am getting addicted to your great show.

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Kevin McCarthy 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

HILARI story about the surprise he got from his controler guy? He said you two are dead is scary to think about once you get the news that you died.

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Kevin McCarthy 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

I love your show, A short story. At 23 I wanted to fly a Cessna 152. I could do 3 take offs and landings for $17 dollars. Then We would drink endless coffee`s an watch the planes taking off or landing. We sat in the front lounge area looking out over the lush green air field in Marshfield Massachusetts town airport, which was a very small airfield on the ocean in the North East. I loved it. I all most gave up body building I was so enamored with flying. Well I got devorced and that put an end to the flying. Great show, and thank you

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Kevin McCarthy 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

God bless we have you guys to cheer me up . Thank you.

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tabasco Indy500 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Love this bird. StarScream is F22 in TF. Raptor pilots were suffering with serious coughing problems around 2011

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Space Catboy 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

man these fuckers talk fast

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Matt Gage 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

I work a 1 to 930 shift by myself and I have been binge listening lately. Thanks for the great content keeping my brain busy!

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JZ909 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

40 degrees a second. Good god!

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Ellfyn 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

I was stationed in Vegas at nellis and worked on F-22 as a crew chief my baby was 99-011 then moved on to the F-35

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Keaton Crandall 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

It was in the first Ironman. My favorite scene of the movie.

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Space Bear 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

For quite a while now I was wondering (and somewhat worried about) what happened to Sunshine. Glad he's ok and doing well. Never caught the closing message on this one til now.

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Blake NA 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Okay, the F-22 has always been impressive, but I wasn't aware of the fact that every single control surface can move independently to give you ridiculous and unconventional maneuvering. The F-22s and F-35s are mildly terrifying.

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Reo White 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Love this podcast but the camercials every2 or 3 minutes is going to make me stop listening

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Flying Wing 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Your my dawg man keep doing what you doing my dog eat mah shit

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Chromazome 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Stealth tech is household at this point. Everything benefits from it.

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Terrill Crookshank 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Acts 1:8 in conclusion comes to mind along with during when I was in 2nd grade Wonder Woman personally promised me that I would be flying with her up there through the skies someday where all she has to do is hit a button in her jet and she becomes invisible. Terrill TC!

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Terrill Crookshank 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Im happy not sad that I have 0 hours right now come the F-22 Raptor. In conclusion nice video here! Terrill TC!

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Terrill Crookshank 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Weather bad in something tight is prophetic for my from 7-3-76 the date of my birth to the now of 2021. Terrill TC!

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Terrill Crookshank 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Asked to be the masters of air to air! Wow! Terrill TC!

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Bret 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

As always… just a great show!!!! What an amazing career and after career!

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Bret 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

I don’t understand. We read that this aircraft isn’t able to keep a readiness rating much above 60%. Is it not possible to make a stealth fighter reliable without an extraordinary effort by maintenance?

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FiniX HawkEye 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Wishing Sunshine is having a great time flying. Hope to have you around again.❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Will Ly 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Also really hope we workin on some better longer range air to air missiles for this bird

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Will Ly 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

Can you tell us your current thoughts about F-22 vs F-23? Back in the day fighter pilots always favored speed n range. F-23 supposedly much more faster and stealthier, but F-22 is a little more agile. With how tech gets outdated so quickly; supposedly no one would have stealth tech for awhile (which was underestimating competitors) and risk of losing such valuable asset vs cheap drone or sam. Really interested in hearing pilots opinion. Thank you

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FiniX HawkEye 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

P51 to F15 to F22. That's called a bloodline ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Zakariah1971 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

$330 million for one, I’ll take two please.

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Andrew Morris 13/03/2022 - 6:42 Chiều

1:00:00 The biggest weakness is the simplicity of the helmet.
Plot Twist: It has an even more advanced helmet. (I mean seriously, sneak that in there and it becomes basically hacks.)

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