I've built some rc planes and know that in order to control an aileron in a rc plane, that you need a servo, a control horn(sticking out of the aileron), and a pushrod. However, I was wondering how fighter jets control their ailerons. I was researching and I found that it control is via linear actuators. I was wondering how exactly it worked and tried to look for a video or an animation. However, I couldn't find anything that explains exactly how a linear actuator moves an aileron. Can you please help me understand this with a video or something like this. Thanks so much.
This is a picture of an f22 raptor someone sent me when I asked this question on Flite Test...they didnt respond after this this. You can see orange actuators in the picture but it doesn't really help me besides that. https://conceptbunny.com/lockheed-martin-f-22-raptor/