Five days after the U.S., UK and France launched more than 100 cruise missiles at the Syria regime’s chemical weapons sites, the U.S. Air Force backtracked on which platforms were involved in the massive strike operation. Lockheed Martin’s stealthy F-22 Raptor “played an integral role” in protecting coalition ground forces during and after the April 14 attacks, Capt. Mark Graff, a spokesman for U.S. Air Forces Central Command (Afcent), told Aerospace DAILy April ...

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