Thursday, 17 October, 2019

Tyndall Air Force Base a ‘Complete Loss’ Amid Questions About #Stealth #Fighters – Sitting in the ruined airplane hangars of #Tyndall #AirForce Base, which was shredded on Wednesday when #Hurricane #Michael swept across the #Florida #Panhandle, may be some of the Air Force’s most advanced — and most expensive — stealth fighter jets.


Sitting in the ruined airplane hangars of Tyndall Air Force Base, which was shredded on Wednesday when Hurricane Michael swept across the Florida Panhandle, may be some of the Air Force’s most advanced — and most expensive — stealth fighter jets.

Tyndall is home to 55 F-22 stealth fighters, which cost a dizzying $339 million each. Before the storm, the Air Force sent at least 33 of the fighters to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.

Air Force officials have not disclosed the whereabouts of the remaining 22 planes, other than to say that a number of aircraft were left at the base because of maintenance or safety reasons.

An Air Force spokeswoman, Maj. Malinda Singleton, would not confirm that any of the aircraft left behind were F-22s.

Read more: Tyndall Air Force Base a ‘Complete Loss’ Amid Questions About Stealth Fighters – The New York Times

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