My understanding is that they are supposed to know enough about what they are looking for to say what it is.
Is it how evidence works in every case?
The proper phrase from that movie would be "this is red 5, I'm going in" or perhaps "Chewie get us out of here!"
Tesuji is clearly the best, especially delivered at high volume.
Had to scroll through comments to see if anyone had mentioned it.
and the persons or things to be seized.
from what I have read, they do not specify the person or things to be seized except "everything".
In my mind, "No Check".
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I think you are exactly right.
I recently visited my local Sears store, and noticed they still had the same registers from 1990, when I worked for them.
I don't see anything about being able to use a joystick to fly in this game; which was a disappointment for me with EVE online, flying by point and click isn't the same.
They stacked the deck by channeling the proton streams at each other. (insert Ghostbusters reference)
It's the difference between the odds of getting into a traffic accident while driving to work vs. on a demolition derby track.
but.. but... NUKLEAR!
Yes, there is a program run by a Professor Charles Xavier that can teach that.
You have a good point, no aircraft can excel at every mission.
And I agree with the premise that they really need to make 2 or three aircraft out of this one.
( funny, the FB-11 is a great example of aircraft in trouble, but it did give up the air combat role and became an OK attack aircraft ( with the F-14 rising from that process to become the fighter ) ).
I think they need to use the F-22 as fighter and let the F-35 be strike/attack. And keep the A-10. Or develop a similar aircraft. ( maybe a V-22 variant ).
What they really should have considered was creating a naval air superiority aircraft that the Navy and Air force could share ( Navalizing Air force aircraft does not see to work well, but the F-4 seemed to work out OK, coming the other way ) Made the F-35 a strike aircraft, either with VTOL, or if not, developing a VTOL aircraft for the marines ( V-22 isnt fast enough ).
Fox "Doesn't matter if it's true" "news"?
No. I have just seen all the turmoil on other planes as they are developed. The V-22 is a example.
I am also, as a software developer, really used to hearing "nothing works!", "it's terrible" as an app is developed.
It may well be that the F-35 isn't a suitable plane. I just think we are gong to need something like it in the not too distant future.