Wednesday, August 24, 2016

F-35 Still Totally Sucks.....

Breaking News.......The F-35 Still sucks.

It sucks this year.  It sucked last year.  It sucked the year before last year.  It sucked the year before that year.

The F-35........Guaranteed to ALWAYS suck.


“If you go back over the entire history of the F-35 there is no question that over that history it’s taken longer and it has cost more money than originally anticipated but that is part and parcel of a development program,” she said.  

(IT HAS TAKEN LONGER.......AND COST MORE.......AND IT STILL SUCKS..........IT IS NOT PART AND PARCEL OF A DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM.  NO PROGRAM IN HISTORY HAS COST MORE THAN THE F-35.  THE F-35 STANDS ALONE ON THE SUMMIT OF WASTED TAX PAYER MONEY.)

While James said she wouldn’t be “at all surprised to see it deployed somewhere in the world over the next year or so

(SOME WHERE LIKE NEBRASKA.......YOU WILL NOT SEE IT ANYWHERE WHERE THERE IS ACTUAL COMBAT.)

Gilmore wrote in the memo that the F-35 could serve in combat today only if it was accompanied by older aircraft that would provide support to “locate and avoid modern threats, acquire targets and engage formations of enemy fighter aircraft due to outstanding performance deficiencies and limited weapons carriage.”

(TRANSLATION - AFTER SPENDING $500,000,000,000.00 THE PENTAGON HAS A WORTHLESS PIECE OF JUNK WHICH CAN ACCOMPLISH NOTHING.)

Joe DellaVedova, spokesman for the Defense Department’s F-35 program office, said in an e-mail that “there were absolutely no surprises” in the memo as “all of the issues mentioned are well-known” and being resolved.

(IT IS NOT REALLY BREAKING NEWS THAT THE F-35 TOTALLY SUCKS AS EVERYONE ALREADY KNOWS IT TOTALLY SUCKS.)

Gilmore cited at least 15 capabilities in the F-35’s most advanced software, known as 3F, that either have unresolved deficiencies or aren’t ready for testing. These include capabilities to process warnings of enemy ground and airborne radar signals that spot the fighter, to track moving targets on the ground, to share imagery between aircraft and to make use of the new Small Diameter Bomb.

(SO PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING THAT IS NEEDED TO DO THE PLANE CAN'T DO.)

In addition, all three models of the F-35 are “are at risk of not having a functioning and accurate gun” in time for the combat testing because “significant deficiencies discovered during initial testing”

(500 BILLIONS DOLLARS AND THEY CAN'T EVEN GET A GUN TO WORK.........IMPRESSIVE)

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