Panama City- Tyndall Air Force Base's pilots and aircraft are back home.
The jets returned to the local base around noon on Friday, after spending the week at Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls, Texas.
The Air Force evacuated the aircraft Sunday, in advance of Hurricane Isaac's arrival to avoid damage.
The base currently does not have enough hangar space to accommodate all of it's planes because of on-going construction.
They sent fourteen F-22's, two F-4's, two E-9's, and 6-MU-2's out west.
It wasn't a vacation for the local crews, who spent the time teaching airmen to work on the raptors.
"We did some great training out there. We got to instruct about 200 maintainers that will be working on the F-22’s, who got to get up close and personal to see it," said Lieutenant Colonel Travis Koch.
Base officials say the F-22's will resume flight training immediately.