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at Langley AFB.
Langley Air Force Base (0.21 mi / 0.33 km)
Langley Speedway (1.98 mi / 3.19 km)
Gigantic Wind Tunnels at NASA (2.00 mi / 3.23 km)
Bigfoot Landing Gear Test Site (2.71 mi / 4.36 km)
Fort Monroe (5.87 mi / 9.45 km)
Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (6.44 mi / 10.36 km)
TRANSIENT: Nimitz-class Supercarrier (8.54 mi / 13.75 km)
Nimitz-class carriers (8.59 mi / 13.83 km)
Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (8.89 mi / 14.30 km)
Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge Tunnel (9.82 mi / 15.80 km)
From: sleepyintexas85some of the planes are f-14 tomcats, some f/a 18 hornets and the majority are f-22.s
Thu Nov 17 14:21:33 -0800 2005
From: nickNot 22s. AF flies 22s, and this part of VA is heavy Navy.
Fri Jan 06 20:58:00 -0800 2006
Most of those would be 14s and 18s
From: TimRoseLangley Air Force Base is an Air Force Base near Hampton, VA, and yes, some of those are F22's.
Tue Apr 04 21:19:03 -0700 2006
From: jdhayes117Sorry to disappoint you, but this picture is several years old (pre-hurricane Isabel...) and Langley didn't have F-22s yet. The aircraft in the picture are F-15Cs and Ds of the 1st Fighter Wing.
Sat Aug 26 19:15:51 -0700 2006
The wing is currently in transition to the F-22 (they've got 20+ now) so hopefully, when this picture is next updated, you'll get to see the F-22A Raptor.