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Gammel 17th August 2019, 05:11 AM
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Standard Sidste nyt om F-35 - stadigvæk en flyvende kalkun

Why the $1.45 Trillion F-35 Still Can’t Get Off the Ground: The American Conservative


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The fleet of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters flying in the critical operational testing phase is struggling to stay airborne, which could delay the troubled program’s great leap forward into mass production.

As I recently reported for the Project on Government Oversight (POGO), a document from the program’s test force shows that the fleet’s test aircraft, housed at California’s Edwards Air Force Base, have netted an average 11 percent “fully mission capable rate”—the key measure of how often an aircraft can perform all of its assigned missions—since the process began last December.

To put this into context, the Pentagon’s former operational testing director, Michael Gilmore, has said the fleet needs an 80 percent availability rate to successfully complete the combat-testing phase.
Godt valg for Danmarks nationale sikkerhed....

Sidst redigeret af Vymer : 17th August 2019 kl. 05:13 AM.
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Gammel 26th August 2019, 06:44 AM
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Fremtidens våbenindustri i USA er kartelbaseret. Forvent meget, meget dyre våbensystemer og af tvivlsom kvalitet. Men profitten er god.

Defense Contractors Are Tightening Their Grip on Our Government -
A planned merger between Raytheon and United Technologies will only further consolidate a bloated military-industrial complex.
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Gammel 24th February 2021, 06:20 PM
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Dansk forsvar med PR budskabet.

https://forsvaret.dk/da/materiel2/f35-kampflyet/

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F-35 - verdens mest avancerede kampfly

F-35 er danmarkshistoriens største våbenindkøb, og det nye kampfly vil i de kommende år ikke bare gøre Flyvevåbnet, men hele Forsvaret stærkere. Med investeringen i det højteknologiske kampfly vil Forsvaret også i fremtiden være i stand til at hævde Rigsfællesskabets suverænitet samt deltage i internationale operationer.


I den virkelige verden er konsekvenserne måske lidt anderledes... Måske et køb af flere F-16, da det var muligt, var den rigtige løsning.

The U.S. Air Force Just Admitted The F-35 Stealth Fighter Has Failed: Forbes

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The U.S. Air Force’s top officer wants the service to develop an affordable, lightweight fighter to replace hundreds of Cold War-vintage F-16s and complement a small fleet of sophisticated—but costly and unreliable—stealth fighters.
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Yes, we’re talking about the F-35. The 25-ton stealth warplane has become the very problem it was supposed to solve. And now America needs a new fighter to solve that F-35 problem, officials said.
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The F-35 is a Ferrari, Brown told reporters last Wednesday. “You don’t drive your Ferrari to work every day, you only drive it on Sundays. This is our ‘high end’ [fighter], we want to make sure we don’t use it all for the low-end fight.”

“I want to moderate how much we’re using those aircraft,” Brown said.

Hence the need for a new low-end fighter to pick up the slack in day-to-day operations. Today, the Air Force’s roughly 1,000 F-16s meet that need. But the flying branch hasn’t bought a new F-16 from Lockheed since 2001. The F-16s are old.

In his last interview before leaving his post in January, Will Roper, the Air Force’s top acquisition official, floated the idea of new F-16 orders. But Brown shot down the idea, saying he doesn’t want more of the classic planes.
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Brown’s comments are a tacit admission that the F-35 has failed. As conceived in the 1990s, the program was supposed to produce thousands of fighters to displace almost all of the existing tactical warplanes in the inventories of the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps.

The Air Force alone wanted nearly 1,800 F-35s to replace aging F-16s and A-10s and constitute the low end of a low-high fighter mix, with 180 twin-engine F-22s making up the high end.

But the Air Force and Lockheed baked failure into the F-35’s very concept. “They tried to make the F-35 do too much,” said Dan Grazier, an analyst with the Project on Government Oversight in Washington, D.C.
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Gammel 11th March 2021, 06:32 AM
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Gripen - et bedre valg for nationalt luftforsvar.


https://www.airspacemag.com/military...ter-180976751/
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Gammel 10th April 2021, 07:52 AM
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Sydkorea gør sig fri af amerikanske hindringer.

KAI rolls out KF-21 Boramae, first Korean-made fighter jet: Korea Herald
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Gammel 22nd July 2021, 04:13 PM
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Dansk luftvåbens superkøb - F35


The F-35 Continues to Amaze and Astound in Its Ability to Be Everything Except a Functioning Airplane: Esquire


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Close to 15 percent of the planes are reportedly without engines, which are considered by most experts to be vital to powered flight.
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Gammel 26th July 2021, 01:42 PM
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F-35 - multifunktionskampfly har været en and i årtier. De eneder altid op for dyre og for dårlige. At det blev flyet for DK siger meget om vores militære personels evner. Desværre.

The Blaster

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A. Boyd and I started working together in 1967 to save the completely screwed up F-15 design the Air Force had come up with at the time. I largely played the role of student to John, helping on the engineering side and stuff. By 1968-69, we were so disgusted with what the bureaucracy did to ruin our upgraded F-15 design that we formed an underground guerilla campaign to build a real air-to-air fighter, the F-16. And almost in parallel with that I started working separately on the A-10.

The Air Force had a whole slew of acquisition people who were very big on multi-mission, super expensive airplanes. They’d already tried and failed with the F-111, which turned out such a disaster, the first of their really big multi-mission disasters. They then made a horrible mess of starting their next new fighter, the F-15. Because their bureaucracy proved so incompetent, the Air Force had to call in John. But truth tellers and blunt speakers like John are not welcome in the Pentagon.

Our opposition to multi-mission was not based on some theoretical consideration that single-purpose airplanes are always better than multi-purpose. I’m completely open to the idea, then and today, that if you could design an effective multi-purpose platform inexpensively enough, that’s wonderful. Except, it turned out that a force based on the multi-mission designs then available was vastly more expensive and less combat effective, (that is, effective in a historically-based sense) than one based on single-purpose designs: air-to-air, close support and deep strike.

The A-10 story is muddied by the fact that we designed it for a mission that the Air Force hated. An airplane to directly support the Army was traditionally anathema to most of the Air Force bomber generals. The A-10 only came about because of a peculiar circumstance: the Air Force wanted to kill the Army’s Cheyenne helicopter for fear of losing budget millions to the Army.

We used the excuse of killing the Cheyenne, a disaster which richly deserved killing, to put across a close support airplane that the Air Force never wanted and still doesn’t want—but one that, over the last four wars, has proved more effective in killing tactical targets than any other jet.
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