News Herald Reporter

Representatives of Air Combat Command, which oversees Tyndall Air Force Base, said many of the improvements already were underway on Tyndall aircraft, including Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), a method of identifying targets using electromagnetic signals or “pings.”

“The SAR capability mentioned in the Business Insider article actually began implementation into the Raptor in 2011,” ACC officials at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia wrote in an email. “All combat-coded F-22s at Tyndall AFB already possess this capability.”



Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) or SAR Journal is an industry trade journal which tracks the worldwide SAR industry. We offer news, education, and insights to the SAR industry. We are operated, moderated and maintained by members of the SAR community.This profile is run by multiple moderators who all represent the If you would like to submit news or have questions about a post please email us here: and someone will get back to you.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *