USAF Targets 33 F-22s For Retirement In 2023

Credit: U.S. Air Force
The U.S. Air Force plans to start cutting its Lockheed Martin F-22 fleet quickly, retiring 33 of the least-capable Raptors in fiscal 2023 as it looks to invest more in its next-generation fighter. The service, in its fiscal 2023 budget request unveiled March 28, calls for the retirement of all the...

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