It's true that the F-22 Raptor has never been tested in battle. What's also true is that it has dominated nearly every realistic wargame it has ever come across. It is faster, stealthier, and more deadly than any fighter jet ever before it, and it doesn't hurt that it's the second prettiest plane ever made, either.
The U.S. Air Force's fleet of radar-evading F-22 Raptor fighters has been grounded until "further notice." It's the latest blow to the reputation of the world's most expensive, and allegedly most fearsome, dogfighter.
Duane Innes was driving when he noticed a passed out pickup truck driver heading towards traffic. Innes, an engineer and Boeing's manager of the F-22 fighter-jet program, quickly did the math, sped up, and let the pickup crash into him.