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Pentagon will transfer F-22 fighters to South Korea

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The US Air Force will relocate six F-22 Raptor fighters to South Korea, which are planned to be used in a joint exercise in December, reports RIA News message agency "Renhap."




It is planned that six US Air Force F-22 fighters will join Vigilant Ace joint exercises, which will be held from 4 to December 8,
cites the agency the words of the representative of the South Korean defense department.

It is reported that the aircraft will be transferred to South Korea from the US base in Okinawa (Japan). It is possible that the exercise will also involve up to the X-NUMX-x F-4A fighter jets.

The agency points to the fact that the United States had never transferred an X-NUMX to six F-6 fighters to the republic right away. The publication suggests that this is due to the pressure on the DPRK.

Recall Pyongyang, despite the pressure of the world community, continues to develop its missile and nuclear programs. In early September, North Korean authorities announced the successful testing of a hydrogen warhead, which is designed to equip intercontinental ballistic missiles.
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  1. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 24 November 2017 11: 59 New
    +3
    Six F-22 fighters to South Korea

    It is numbing to the Americans, itching in all places. It is not surprising if after the exercises they leave there. For now, they are afraid of using force on the DPRK, so at least to pat the nerves and calm yourself.
    1. Samaritan
      Samaritan 24 November 2017 12: 06 New
      +1
      Yes, and we'll take a closer look at him wink
      1. Anarchist
        Anarchist 24 November 2017 12: 09 New
        11
        On it to test the electronic warfare system! How will you behave ...?
        1. Jedi
          Jedi 24 November 2017 12: 22 New
          +3
          six F-22 Raptor fighters

          Is that two for Russia, China and the DPRK? wink
      2. NEXUS
        NEXUS 24 November 2017 13: 43 New
        +4
        Quote: Samaritan
        Yes, and we'll take a closer look at him wink

        Long looked ...

        If sclerosis doesn’t fail me, 6 of these “woodpeckers” have already been taken on duty ... pay attention to the detection radius of this radar.
    2. Berber
      Berber 24 November 2017 12: 20 New
      +1
      Let spend money pin dosniki and pin dosniki. The resource of the machine is not unlimited.
      1. Dembel77
        Dembel77 25 November 2017 20: 42 New
        0
        The US Air Force will relocate six F-22 Raptor fighters to South Korea, which are planned to be used in a joint exercise in December, the Ronhap news agency reports to RIA Novosti.
        It is incorrectly written, it should be like this: “The US Air Force, under the guise of exercises, will redeploy six F-22 Raptor fighters to South Korea, which are planned to be used to exert pressure on the DPRK. but then again, somehow not in the American manner ...
  2. Livonetc
    Livonetc 24 November 2017 11: 59 New
    0
    They will destroy udon and kimchi.
  3. Coconut
    Coconut 24 November 2017 12: 19 New
    0
    It’s useless to frighten the North Koreans ... and as many as 6 fighters it’s Trump’s scam of the South Koreans to loot .. then everything is clear laughing
    1. supertiger21
      supertiger21 24 November 2017 22: 02 New
      0
      You are confusing something, the South Koreans are not going to buy the F-22. And even if they gathered, they could not, because their sale for export is prohibited.

      US Air Force relocates six F-22 Raptor fighters to South Korea to be deployed in a joint exercise

      Those. we are talking about ordinary exercises.
      1. ul_vitalii
        ul_vitalii 25 November 2017 06: 59 New
        +6
        Everything is normal with them, only often and annoyingly.
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  5. pafegosoff
    pafegosoff 24 November 2017 20: 43 New
    0
    Here are our radars to rebuild on these "standards" Stealth.