You go on a little TAD, and just look what happens–
The chief of naval operations has penned an opinion column that has military analysts buzzing over whether it signals the Navy may be the first military branch to jettison the costly F-35 stealth fighter jet.
Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert’s column in the current issue of Proceedings magazine questions the value of radar-evading technology, or stealth, in flying to a target and bombing it in a world of rapidly improving radars.
If the Navy kicks it to the curb, you know who else will too? Our beloved Corps. Somebody needs to turn the lights back on in the F-18 assembly plant.