OK, so even though there's still some secrecy surrounding the F-22 Raptor, it's safe to say that contrary to what we see in the new movie Transformers, it can't turn into a giant anthropomorphic robot capable of swinging between city buildings like a monkey, then switching back in mid-air into an advanced fighter jet. For the estimated $300 million-plus the U.S. Air Force is paying for the first round of Raptors, though, we sort of think it should. Clearly the moviemakers think highly of the Raptor: According to the Transformers Web site, the alien robot Starscream chooses to resemble the F-22 because it's the "pinnacle of human technical achievement." And, you know, morphing into an iPhone wouldn't really be all that intimidating.—Gregory Mone
why is the war on terror warping peoples minds. the raptor isn't deigned for terror, no plane is. its designed to defend and attack other countries.
Terrorist can only do superfical damage. A hostile nation could level an entire country at the push of the button. think big picturee big threat, no little picture little threat