F-100, F-15, and F-4. There is no F-22. The thing that looks like a brown nose cone on the F-100 appears to actually be the long, nose-mounted pitot boom, painted a light color, with its shadow visible just above it in the photo, all blurred together to give the impression of a much wider object. It's clear from the shadow of the fuselage that the fuselage truncates abruptly in front, as per the air intake of an F-100.
All these three types were used by the US Air Force.
According to Wikipedia the F-100 on display at this base is a D model, number 55-3667.
Aerial Visuals has information about it, the neighboring aircraft, and other aircraft on display on the base.
This facebook page describes these three aircraft being moved to their current location, with closer photos of the F-100.
This webpage of military aircraft on display in Missouri also has photos of these 3 aircraft before they were moved to Whiteman AFB (see the "St. Louis, Lambert Field" section), as well as other aircraft on display at Whiteman AFB.
These three types were all flown by the Missouri Air National Guard 131st Fighter Wing, now the 131st Bomb Wing- a unit currently based at Whiteman AFB. Read more about it on this Wikipedia page.