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Two F-22 Raptor landed in Estonia

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Date: 2015-09-05 10:18:14
Place: Amari, Estonia
Duration: 4:20

Event description

Two fighter air force USA F-22 Raptor landed on Amari base. Such modern aircraft appeared in the Baltic States for the first time. This is a guest visit, Raptors will not be on duty in the skies of the Baltic States. Their permanent place of deployment will be Germany. This visit demonstrates that the U.S. plays an important role in European security and ready to defend its allies.

Contents

00:00-00:18 In the sky one F-22 Raptor and two A-10 Thunderbolt
00:18-00:27 F-22 Raptor performs aerobatics
00:27-01:25 F-22 Raptor landing
01:25-01:32 F-22 Raptor is parked, stuff inspect equipment
01:32-01:37 Pilots of F-22 Raptor meet with Estonian politicians
01:37-01:44 Solemn meeting pilots of the U.S. air force
01:44-01:50 American officer says welcome speech
01:54-02:01 the Minister of defence of Estonia Sven Mikser welcomes pilots of the U.S. air force
02:01-02:04 the Minister of defence of Estonia Sven Mikser welcomes pilots of the U.S. air force
02:04-02:17 Informal communication in ceremony
02:17-02:26 Informal communication during the solemn meeting
02:26-02:34 Cargo aircraft of the U.S. air force Boeing C-17
02:34-02:44 A-10 Thunderbolt was taxiing to Parking
02:44-03:04 A-10 Thunderbolt was taxiing to Parking, technical stuff support aircraft
03:04-03:16 A-10 Thunderbolt was taxiing to Parking
03:15-4:20 Speech by pilot of F-22 Raptor colonel-lieutenant of the U.S. air force Daniel Lehoski

Interview

Daniel Lehoski
pilot of F-22 Raptor, colonel-lieutenant of the U.S. air force

Thank you for hosting us here today. It is an honor to be here, representing the U.S. air force with F-22 deployment to Europe. Deployment of 4 F-22 and over 60 air man to another continent requires team effort, and I would like to thank over hundreds air men in the United States and our partners around the world to help us here today. This deployment is a perfect opportunity for us to train closely alongside our fellow U.S. aircraft, our joint partners and NATO allies. We are tremendously grateful to Estonian allies, who are hosting us here today, which allows to test NATO's capabilities to deploy combined air power throughout Europe. 


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