- Business Insider spoke with a F-22 Raptor squadron commander, Colonel Jason Hinds, at Langley Air Force Base.
- We asked Hinds about his thoughts on Russia’s new Su-57 stealth fighter.
- “I’m not concerned,” he said.
After watching an F-22 Raptor twist and turn last week during an impressive demonstration at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, we asked the 1st Fighter Wing’s commander if he’s worried about Russia’s new Su-57 stealth fighter.
“It’s always good to be chased,” Colonel Jason Hinds, commander of the 1st Fighter Wing, told Business Insider. “When people are trying to beat you, you know you got an impressive airplane.”
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