WASHINGTON — Pratt & Whitney's F119 engine, powering Lockheed Martin's F-22 Raptor, has exceeded 500,000 flight hours, according to a company announcement.

Two F-119 engines, featuring stealth technologies and a thrust-vectoring nozzle, power the F-22 Raptor, giving it unmatched speed, agility, precision and situational awareness. They can also operate at supersonic speeds without afterburner, giving the aircraft outstanding performance and without compromising mission range.

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There are nearly 200 F-119-powered F-22 Raptors in service with the U.S. Air Force. These fifth-generation jets have successfully performed over 200,000 flights since 2005.

"The F119 program's achievement of exceeding 500,000 engine flight hours powering the F-22 Raptor is a testament to the Pratt & Whitney team and our proven fifth generation engine technology," said Amanda Glode, F119 Program Director at Pratt & Whitney.