F-22s Could Lead SAM Suppression Effort In Libya

The Pentagon is generating plans for establishing a no-fly zone over Libya, which could include the first combat assignment for Lockheed Martin’s F-22 Raptor stealth fighter. The F-22 and some cyberoperations would be employed in shutting down Libya’s air defense system, which is comprised “almost...

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