US to Deploy F-22 Jets in UAE: The United States has decided to deploy its most dangerous F-22 fighter jets and guided-missile destroyers to ensure the defense of the UAE. The USS Cole will also patrol the Gulf. The United States has said it will destroy enemy drones along the way.
Russia and Ukraine The United States, ready to fight alongside Russia in the Ukraine conflict, is now preparing for the defense of the United Arab Emirates. The United States has stepped in to defend the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which is under attack from Yemen's pro-Iranian Huthi rebels.
The United States has announced that it will deploy its most dangerous F-22 fighter jets and guided-missile destroyers to ensure the defense of the UAE. The USS Cole will also patrol the Gulf.
"We understand that one friend is helping another in times of crisis," the US Army's Central Command said in a statement on Tuesday.
Kenneth M. Mackenzie, commander of the US Army Central Command, is currently on an official visit to the UAE. 'The deployment of fighter jets and warships is necessary to strengthen the UAE's air defense system. The UAE is currently facing missile and drone strikes from Huthi rebels, "he said during his visit.
Destroy enemy drones before they fly:
The United States has said it is working with its allies to find "effective ways" to destroy enemy drones before they take off. Work is underway to find a mechanism that can intercept enemy launches, easily locate them and intercept their flight. However, even if this is not possible, you will definitely be in a position where enemy drones can be destroyed on the way, he warned.
F-22: One of the most dangerous aircraft in the world
The F-22 Raptor is a fifth-generation fighter. This aircraft is counted among the most advanced fighter aircraft in the world. The F-22 Raptor is manufactured by the American company Lockheed Martin.
The F-22 was inducted into the US Air Force on December 15, 2005. The United States has so far built 195 F-22 units, eight of which are scheduled for testing. The remaining 187 F-22 Raptor aircraft are operating in the US Air Force. Notably, the United States has so far not sold the aircraft, which is equipped with the most dangerous technology, to any other country.