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F-15A Versus F/A-22 Initial Operational Capability a Case for Transformation

By Mott, William H.

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Title: F-15A Versus F/A-22 Initial Operational Capability a Case for Transformation  
Author: Mott, William H.
Language: English
Subject: Instructional materials, Armed Forces, Air University (U.S.)
Collections: AU Press Collection
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Publisher: Air University Press


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Foreword: The F/A-22 Raptor is a new weapons system replacing the F-15C Eagle. Its operational debut in 2005 comes at a time of constrained budgets, a changing global threat environment, and the ongoing global war on terrorism (GWOT). Because of the current security environment, the aircraft?s more than 15 years of development, and the close scrutiny of the F/A-22?s test and evaluation (T&E) program, the US Air Force needs the Raptor?s initial operational capability (IOC) status to be successful. One means of achieving this is to recognize and implement the lessons learned from America?s current air superiority fighter, the F-15 Eagle. And just perhaps the overall effect might be to challenge the US Air Force?s approach to major weapons-system development.


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