F-22 Raptors are use by the U.S. Armed Forces to gain air superiority during the Battle of San Francisco where they engaged KPA SU-47 Berkuts and later proceeded to attack KPA ground forces attempting to push back the advancing U.S. Forces on the Golden Gate Bridge.
- The United States Air Force plans to have a total of 187 F-22 Raptors in service by 2012. More may be built in response to Chinese and Russian stealth fighters.
- The F-22 is the most advanced fighter jet ever built; second to the F-35 Lightning. It has excellent stealth capabilities and is the best in air to air combat. It is also very capable of ground attack. By these standards, it is very appropriate that the Raptor took flight during the Battle of San Francisco.
- The F-22 is the succesor to the F-15 Eagle. It also has design features similar to the legendary F-14 Tomcat. The F-15 is schedualed to be retired from the USAF in 2025, around the start of the occupation.
- The United States Air Force is the sole operator of the F-22. There is no evidence to suggest that the KPA have managed to aquire the aircraft, although they may have captured Raptors from USAF bases in the NKFOA or the Air Force were able to destroy the jets to prevent them from being used or escaped with them.
- The F-22 has a price tag of $153 million dollars, making it difficult to produce and maintain.
- F-22s are seen engaging Korean Su-47s in the skies around the Golden Gate Bridge.
- The F-22 Raptor uses the same model as the F/A-40 Stalker. A plane in another THQ game, Frontlines: Fuel of War.