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Originally proposed as a pure air superiority fighter, versions of the stealthy '''F-22 Raptor''' are being planned for attack, electronic intelligence and electronic warfare. A "fifth generation" fighter, it is extremely maneuverable, has "supercruise" to allow supersonic flight without an afterburner, and has a higher operational ceiling than most aircraft.   
 
Originally proposed as a pure air superiority fighter, versions of the stealthy '''F-22 Raptor''' are being planned for attack, electronic intelligence and electronic warfare. A "fifth generation" fighter, it is extremely maneuverable, has "supercruise" to allow supersonic flight without an afterburner, and has a higher operational ceiling than most aircraft.   
  
 
The F-22 has advanced electronics, especially a AN/APG-77 [[radar##active electronicall scanned array|Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA)]]
 
The F-22 has advanced electronics, especially a AN/APG-77 [[radar##active electronicall scanned array|Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA)]]

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Originally proposed as a pure air superiority fighter, versions of the stealthy F-22 Raptor are being planned for attack, electronic intelligence and electronic warfare. A "fifth generation" fighter, it is extremely maneuverable, has "supercruise" to allow supersonic flight without an afterburner, and has a higher operational ceiling than most aircraft.

The F-22 has advanced electronics, especially a AN/APG-77 Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA)