F-22 второй альбом
Aug 26, 2013Public
Photo: In this Aug.  1, 2010, photo, an Air Force F-22 fighter jet flies over Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage, Alaska, during the annual Arctic Thunder air show. A search is underway for an F-22 from the base that has been missing in the state’s interior since Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010.   (AP Photo/Peninsula Clarion, M. Scott Moon) **MAGS OUT, NO SALES**
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Photo: The F-22 Raptor's internal-mounted M61A2 six-barreled 20mm lightweight Gatling gun's (upper right wing) hydraulic door was tested during a recent flight test of Raptor 4002 above the Mojave Desert. The successful test was designed to see how the door would react when opened at high speeds. Built by General Dynamics in Burlington, Vt., the gun can fire 6,000 rounds per minute, although the Raptor usually carries only 480 rounds. Almost all current U.S. military fighters and attack jets have been equipped with the M61 or its follow-on models since the 1950s. Consequently, the upgraded gun seems a perfect fit for the next-generation fighter. (Photo by Judson Brohmer)
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