U.S. 15 F-22A Raptor fighter stationed in Guam for three months (Figure)
reported that, F-22 deployment to Guam, the reason is to give the Western Pacific of the U.S. Pacific Command, provides theater security support. LONDON, January 5
news: According to the U.S. “defense dialogue” website 4 reported that the United States will deploy 15 January F-22 “Raptor” fighter from Guam’s Andersen Air Force Base, stationed about three months .
reported that the aircraft deployed to Guam with personnel from the United States, Alaska Elmendorf Air Force Base 90th Fighter Squadron. Reported that the reason why the F-22 fighters deployed to Guam, is to give the Western Pacific of the U.S. Pacific Command, provides theater security support.
In fact, this action in the deployment of long ago, the U.S. military was in October 2009 will be deployed in Japan, Guam Andersen Air Force Base and Kadena Air Base F-22 aircraft and associated personnel withdrawal of the Western Pacific fighters. The two fighter squadrons are also provided for the Pacific Command theater security.
reported, F-22 fighter is a change of aircraft, to avoid enemy detection, can be supersonic flight, high mobility for coalition forces to provide an unprecedented overall situational awareness.
to meet the needs of the world, the U.S. military began to continue to adjust its military. As part of the United States send more troops to the west Pacific region. This is the U.S. military in the Asia Pacific region to meet their commitments and security obligations required flexibility of the latest examples.
Naval Operations Adm. 盖瑞罗海德 had previously said the next few years will focus on the U.S. Navy may be the Middle East, Indian Ocean and Western Pacific. Rawhide, said: “In the future, these areas will promote the development of global affairs, and we also need to focus on these areas, the Navy now, we have entered the above areas, and will always stay there.” Rawhide further pointed out that this way, Western Pacific Ocean may become more crowded. (Compiled: Spring)