U.S. temporary deployment in Okinawa, Japan, 15 F-22 stealth fighter
Data Figure: U.S. Air Force F-22 fighter
BEIJING, Jan. 8, according to Kyodo News, U.S. Air Force 7, announced late next week the U.S. military in Okinawa Prefecture in Japan Kerry hand to the temporary deployment of 15 Naki’s most advanced stealth fighter F-22A “Raptor.”
reported that it would be since 2007, the U.S. military in Okinawa, the fifth F-22 fighters temporarily deployed, the deployment period of four months.
that 15 F-22 fighters under the U.S. military base in Alaska. U.S. Air Force said the temporary deployment “is to highlight the important partners for Japan, the United States (defense) and participate and show to ensure stability and security throughout the Pacific region’s determination.”
According to reports, F-22 fighter aircraft to achieve supersonic cruise, and has hardly captured by radar stealth.