The Air Force will be getting its first military jet in 2020.
The aircraft will be the next generation of jet fighter, but the Air National Guard (ANA) says it will also be a true jet fighter.
The ANA will replace the aging Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
It will also replace the F-16, the next-generation fighter in service to the US military.
The new aircraft will carry an all-new avionics suite, new weapons, advanced sensors, and the ability to take off and land vertically.
The plane will be able to carry two helicopters, and will also carry a pair of unmanned aircraft, drones and reconnaissance aircraft.
The air force has not yet named the aircraft, but it is expected to carry the names Air Force 1, Air Force 2 and Air Force 3.
The Air force has been working on the plane for years, and now it is finally ready to roll.
Here are the key features of the AirForce One.
First, the aircraft will not be a fighter jet, it will not have a wing, it won’t have a tail.
Instead, the ANA is a jet fighter that will fly vertically, using a modified version of the F/A-18 Super Hornet.
It has been in development for years.
The Lockheed Martin aircraft will reportedly cost around $4.5 billion.
The fighter will be equipped with a stealth design that makes it difficult to detect, but will still be able turn, and take off vertically.
This will allow it to carry out long-range bombing missions.
Air Force officials say the ANXIOM-76 is a more maneuverable jet than the F135A.
The F135 will be an extremely expensive jet.
It is currently in service with the US Air Force, the Navy, and other countries.
The first ANXIIOM- 76 will cost around a billion dollars, but that could rise dramatically.
The jet will also have some of the latest sensors and weapons.
The military will be using the ANS-75 and ANX-76 as its new strike aircraft.
It’s unclear when the aircrafts will be delivered to the air force.
But the Air force hopes to start flying them by 2020.
According to the ANF, the first ANP-78 and ANP77 will be operational by 2021.
It says the ANP78 will be armed with four missiles, the latest of which will be called the AMRAAM.
The AMRAam is a large, air-to-ground nuclear warhead.
The weapon can be fired from a missile launcher.
The missiles will be launched from a specially modified ANP79.
The missile will carry a range of 20-250 kilometers.
The jets will also fly the ANE-5C.
The AnE- 5C is an advanced air-launched cruise missile.
It can reach up to 200 kilometers and have a range between 5 and 200 kilometers.
Its missiles will have a cruise speed of Mach 5.
Its ability to deliver a devastating strike has made it a favorite of the US air force, and it has been used against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
The Navy plans to use the ANV-21C, also known as the Joint Strike Vector Strike Vehicle.
The AAV-7D, also called the Arrow, is a precision guided, medium-range air-defense missile that can penetrate and destroy a range up to 25 kilometers.
AVAILABLE NOW: The AirForce 1 is the aircraft that will be used to carry some of these missions.
The USAF has been testing the ANT-72C attack drone, a version of which can attack targets up to 50 kilometers away.
The AH-64E Apache helicopter will also soon be in service, along with the Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AEWS).
The ANP2A1, also referred to as the ATU-1, is an anti-tank missile.
The Apache will be a medium-weight aircraft with a wingspan of between 6.3 meters and 7.2 meters.
The US Air force will also eventually buy the first A-10 Warthog.
The Warthogs will be highly armored aircraft, and can carry both conventional and unmanned weapons.
But, like the ANPA-79, the A-9 will be unmanned, and has no armor on its fuselage.
This means it can be operated from the ground without the threat of a ground attack.
The United States has also developed the AN-26, a small, unmanned aircraft that can operate from aircraft carriers.
It weighs less than one ton, and carries a payload of two to four people.
The Boeing 757 is a Boeing 767, a Boeing 777, and a Boeing 737-800.
The 767 is a single-aisle airliner with seating for eight.
The 777 and 737 are twin-aisles, with seating capacities of 15 and 18 people. These