You know about the F-22 Raptor, the newish cutting-edge fighter being continually developed, right? Perhaps to celebrate that they've figured out how to keep the planes from suffocating pilots, today was the first time a missile has been launched at supersonic speeds.
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.