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An F35 designated a target, relayed that to a HIMARS (High Mobility Artillery Rocket System) battery on the deck of a troop carrier 70 km away via the Multi-Function Advanced Datalink (MADL a low probability of intercept low probability of detection link), a missile was launched and a target was vaporized.  

In a separate test Marines with Kilo Battery, 2nd Battalion, 14th Marine Regiment loaded HIMARS on a C130 flew to an unimproved airstrip, unloaded, trained its battery launched four rockets, loaded back on the C130 and flew home. Time from wheels down to wheels up was under 6 minutes. 

Nominal range of the missile is around 200 miles.

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5 hours ago, Nailing Malarkey Too said:

An F35 designated a target, relayed that to a HIMARS (High Mobility Artillery Rocket System) battery on the deck of a troop carrier 70 km away via the Multi-Function Advanced Datalink (MADL a low probability of intercept low probability of detection link), a missile was launched and a target was vaporized.  

In a separate test Marines with Kilo Battery, 2nd Battalion, 14th Marine Regiment loaded HIMARS on a C130 flew to an unimproved airstrip, unloaded, trained its battery launched four rockets, loaded back on the C130 and flew home. Time from wheels down to wheels up was under 6 minutes. 

Nominal range of the missile is around 200 miles.

Why would we listen to a low IQ shill?

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The liberal organization GAO has determined that “nearly all pentagon weapons are vulnerable to attack”.  https://www.npr.org/2018/10/09/655880190/cyber-tests-showed-nearly-all-new-pentagon-weapons-vulnerable-to-attack-gao-says    Like your idiot neighbor’s router, the pentagon leaves the factory password on its toys, or uses “password” type passwords.   

 

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39 minutes ago, Lark said:

The liberal organization GAO has determined that “nearly all pentagon weapons are vulnerable to attack”.  https://www.npr.org/2018/10/09/655880190/cyber-tests-showed-nearly-all-new-pentagon-weapons-vulnerable-to-attack-gao-says    Like your idiot neighbor’s router, the pentagon leaves the factory password on its toys, or uses “password” type passwords.   

 

Hogwash. Read the report. 

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On 10/6/2018 at 11:49 AM, Nailing Malarkey Too said:

An F35 designated a target, relayed that to a HIMARS (High Mobility Artillery Rocket System) battery on the deck of a troop carrier 70 km away via the Multi-Function Advanced Datalink (MADL a low probability of intercept low probability of detection link), a missile was launched and a target was vaporized.  

That's nothing. I know of a single F35 that vaporized 100 million dollar bills on Little Barnwell Island with no help from anybody.

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36 minutes ago, benwynn said:

That's nothing. I know of a single F35 that vaporized 100 million dollar bills on Little Barnwell Island with no help from anybody.

There's an arm length list of historical figures that worked  on understanding gravity. They would have been happy to help if lockheed's engineers were prepared to listen.

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F35 has a stellar safety record that is substantially better than 4th gen aircraft. 

Of course, we could have gone with the Euro Fighter it is only about 20% more expensive and three times as likely to crash. 2017 was not a good year for the Euro Fighter.

This is the third deadly crash of a Typhoon in one month: a RSAF Typhoon combat aircraft involved in a mission against Houthi fighters over Yemen crashed into a mountain in Al Wade’a district on Sept. 13, 2017; then, on Sept. 24, an Italian Air Force Typhoon crashed into the sea while performing its solo display during the Terracina airshow.

 

RAF Eurofighter Typhoons 'beaten by Pakistani F-16s'

Three-nil, apparently. Brit flyboys 'shocked'

By Lewis Page 8 Jun 2011 at 10:00

Pakistani pilots flying modernised versions of the 1970s-vintage F-16 Falcon fighter have beaten the RAF's brand-new Eurofighter Typhoon superfighters during air combat exercises in Turkey, according to a Pakistani officer.

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On 10/7/2018 at 4:49 AM, Nailing Malarkey Too said:

An F35 designated a target,

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Fucking expensive drone.

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14 minutes ago, Nailing Malarkey Too said:

according to a Pakistani officer.

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1 hour ago, Nailing Malarkey Too said:

F35 has a stellar safety record that is substantially better than 4th gen aircraft. 

Of course, we could have gone with the Euro Fighter it is only about 20% more expensive and three times as likely to crash. 2017 was not a good year for the Euro Fighter.

This is the third deadly crash of a Typhoon in one month: a RSAF Typhoon combat aircraft involved in a mission against Houthi fighters over Yemen crashed into a mountain in Al Wade’a district on Sept. 13, 2017; then, on Sept. 24, an Italian Air Force Typhoon crashed into the sea while performing its solo display during the Terracina airshow.

 

RAF Eurofighter Typhoons 'beaten by Pakistani F-16s'

Three-nil, apparently. Brit flyboys 'shocked'

By Lewis Page 8 Jun 2011 at 10:00

Pakistani pilots flying modernised versions of the 1970s-vintage F-16 Falcon fighter have beaten the RAF's brand-new Eurofighter Typhoon superfighters during air combat exercises in Turkey, according to a Pakistani officer.

I'm guessing there's more than three times the number of typhoons flying than f35's. Of course,  your maths has already been proven suspect.

 

As for the Pakistanis,  without a link, I'm going to put it in that pile of other manipulated bullshit your well know for.

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On 10/6/2018 at 2:49 PM, Nailing Malarkey Too said:

An F35 designated a target, relayed that to a HIMARS (High Mobility Artillery Rocket System) battery on the deck of a troop carrier 70 km away via the Multi-Function Advanced Datalink (MADL a low probability of intercept low probability of detection link), a missile was launched and a target was vaporized.  

In a separate test Marines with Kilo Battery, 2nd Battalion, 14th Marine Regiment loaded HIMARS on a C130 flew to an unimproved airstrip, unloaded, trained its battery launched four rockets, loaded back on the C130 and flew home. Time from wheels down to wheels up was under 6 minutes. 

Nominal range of the missile is around 200 miles.

I've got a couple of old obsolete routers laying around that could do that.

 

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On 10/10/2018 at 4:01 AM, Ease the sheet. said:

I'm guessing there's more than three times the number of typhoons flying than f35's. Of course,  your maths has already been proven suspect.

 

As for the Pakistanis,  without a link, I'm going to put it in that pile of other manipulated bullshit your well know for.

Guess again

635 Typhoons 340 + F35s

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8 minutes ago, Nailing Malarkey Too said:

Guess again

635 Typhoons 340 + F35s

So that's 635 more Typhoons flying than F35s currently.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/11/us/politics/pentagon-grounds-f35-jet-.html

WASHINGTON — The Pentagon grounded its fleet of F-35 strike fighter jets on Thursday, weeks after one crashed in South Carolina in another setback for the advanced aircraft that has long been mired in mechanical problems.

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24 minutes ago, Sean said:

 

So that's 635 more Typhoons flying than F35s currently.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/11/us/politics/pentagon-grounds-f35-jet-.html

WASHINGTON — The Pentagon grounded its fleet of F-35 strike fighter jets on Thursday, weeks after one crashed in South Carolina in another setback for the advanced aircraft that has long been mired in mechanical problems.

 

 

Actually no. Most f-35's have already returned to flight status. Meanwhile elsewhere ...

DAS KAMPFFLUGZEUG WIRD GEBROCHEN —

Germany’s Typhoon problem: Only four fighters can be made combat ready

Video: Most of Germany's fighter jets (and tanks and ships and helicopters) are broken.

SEAN GALLAGHER - 5/15/2018, 8:44 AM

latest symptom to emerge of that crisis is the dwindling number of actually functional fighter jets that the Luftwaffe, Germany's air force, can actually call combat ready. For the Eurofighter Typhoon, Germany's main fighter aircraft, that number is four—out of a total of 128.

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Sep 18, 2010 - The RAF's entire fleet of Typhoon fighter jets remainedgrounded last night as engineers addressed safety concerns that arose after a pilot fell ...
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5 hours ago, Nailing Malarkey Too said:
Sep 18, 2010 - The RAF's entire fleet of Typhoon fighter jets remainedgrounded last night as engineers addressed safety concerns that arose after a pilot fell ...

Entire F-35 stealth fighter jet fleet grounded by military after crash in September

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