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Special Lecture: F-22 Flight Controls
« on: July 15, 2020, 07:28:42 AM »
I’m in the Air Force, worked with 22’s and every pilot I’ve talked to talks like this. Super knowledgable of their aircraft and very, very down to earth. I’ve heard stories of people meeting the super douche pilots, but I haven’t come across one yet. Definitely Type A personalities but really chill. Heavies pilots are like the introverts but still really fucking cool.
I support F-16’s now and gained a whole new respect for that. 22 will always have a special place in my heart bc they’re badass but 16’s aren’t even supposed to fly on paper. It’s all thrust that keeps that thing in the air. It’s wild. The wing span is insanely short.
I love fighters. I was supposed to get an incentive flight twice in a 16 but something came up so I got passed over. Sucks. Maybe one day.


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