F-22s and F-35s can't talk to each other in high-end combat — but pilots found a workaround
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F-22 Raptors and F-35 Lightning II stealth fighters can't properly talk to each other in high-pressure combat scenarios because of a technological gap.

F-22s have limited communication abilities in part because they need to be stealthy, and transmitting signals kills that stealth.

So US pilots have a workaround, where they iron out the details of a strike beforehand and learn to communicate without transmitting signals. 

The US military leads the world in stealth aircraft, with the F-22 Raptor...


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