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For More Security At Less Cost, Buy More F-35s

September 12, 2020 by

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By Steven Bucci and Philip Bucci ~ Since its conceptual inception, the F-35 fighter jet has been known as an extremely expensive aircraft that can fill multiple roles. This high-priced “Swiss Army knife” of fifth-generation fighters is intended to replace fighters in the Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps. The down side always has been […]

New Submarines For Australia – Prime Minister Turnbull’s New Subs In 50 years. Russia gets Theirs In Five Years

November 5, 2016 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says we must wait 15 years to get the first of the 12 new subs he’s ordered, and 50 years for the last one to be delivered. Russia has just ordered six news subs to be delivered within five years. More evidence we’ve got a dud […]

Australian Politics – How Safe Are Prime Minister Turnbull’s Submarines?

October 25, 2016 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ I yesterday raised again questions about the cost and delays of Malcolm Turnbull’s $50 billion order for submarines, as well as the reliability of the supplier. Cameron Stewart says there’s also a security matter that Turnbull is trying to brush aside: The Turnbull government’s claim that the $50 billion future submarine […]

U.S. Should Build (And Sell) More F-22 Fighters

July 14, 2009 by

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By William R. Hawkins Congress, even with a Democrat majority in both houses, may reject a major cut in defense spending proposed by the Obama Administration. In the 2010 defense budget, production of the Air Force F-22 Raptor air superiority fighter was to be halted at the 187 aircraft already funded. The Air Force had […]