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Boeing 757-200 (N757A)

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The first Boeing 757-200 N757A, which now serves as the F-22 Avionics testbed, at Air Force Plant 42 at Palmdale on February 13, 2006. The F-22 Avionics testbed has the nose of an F-22 mounted on its forward fuselage. A sensor wing is mounted above the cockpit. F-22 electronic warfare (EW) and communication, navigation and identification (CNI) sensors are mounted on the sensor wing. A simulated F-22 cockpit is installed in the cabin.

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aidaspot7455
cool
Wade Stoker
but does it control like an F-22? lol
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