Tuesday, May 18, 2010

US Air Force Raptor Chopper visits Concord High School

USAF F-22 Raptor Chopper by OCC
Our local USAF Recruiter, Staff Seargent Veronica Black
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On Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 Concord High School was visited by the USAF Raptor Chopper that was built by the Teutul family of Orange County Choppers in Orange County New York.
The Raptor Chopper was built to resemble the
which is the most advanced jet in the air.
The bike began as a collaboration between the US Air Force and the guys at Orange County Choppers and was unveiled at the Atlanta Motor Speedway in 2005. Just 5 years old at the time of the visit to Concord High School, the Chopper was built in May of 2005 and took the OCC team 40 days to build. It boasts 150 Horsepower and a design strikingly similar to the F-22 Raptor and is the perfect example of what can be built with the creative engineering and technology of the US Air Force.
Many Thanks to our local USAF Recruiter
Staff Seargent Veronica Black
for her efforts to bring this beautiful work of craftsmanship and engineering to our campus.

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