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F-22 Pilots Don't Want to Fly the F-22 [F-22]

Not exactly a grand gesture of confidence: some of the US Air Force's airmen, the world's most elite, want nothing to do with the Air Force's "elite" new fighter. Why? Because the only people it's threatening are its own pilots. Mor...
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