12 US F-22 Raptor fighter jets were transferred to Polish air bases. Is it to prevent russian attacks?

Hsmilitarycom: Before 12 units of F-22 Raptor fighter jets were transferred to Poland, they were prepared in England and after the formation of a full squadron, the F-22 Raptor flew to Poland.

It is known that all 12 fighter jets of the US Air Force were at one of the air bases in Poland. However, since the F-22 Raptor was moved to a Polish air base it has not been seen airborne or performing any specific mission.

Experts say that the US and NATO countries moved F-22 Raptor fighter jets to Poland to intercept missiles on polish territory- ukraine's border. 

As it happened some time ago, the Russian missile attack was only a few kilometers away from the Polish border that destroyed Ukrainian armored vehicles.

There is no official statement regarding the reason why the F-22 Raptor fighter jet was moved to Poland. However, it is strongly suspected that the stealth fighter jet will carry out missions in the waters of the Black Sea - because of the "stealth" technology used, it will be very problematic to detect it.

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