It doesn't matter. Islam has been going this way for centuries.
That AC might not twang to quit their day job.
Yes, it was funny. Till it became real.
What would be a third role for a 1-2 seat Jet aircraft without a cargo bay? Oh, bomber, if you don't need much capacity.
I don't think of the A-6 as a fighter. Not does the F-104 seem to be much of a ground attack craft. It may not be difficult, but true air superiority fighters are nor automatically also serviceable ground attack craft, and some were never multi role
I'm not sure the F-117 is a fighter.
It means you need a hobby. Or your meds are low.
That is exactly how to fight a theater air superiority battle.
Bring in low-observable aircraft and elicit a missle launch.
ECM/maneuvers to survive, hopefully.
Loitering anti-radar aircraft target the missle site and hopefully the control site(s).
Ground probes monitor and report on communications traffic and identify transmitters.
More anti-radiation missles on the way.
Enemy loses its ability to command SAMs.
Ground assaults now only deal with handheld or small arms/AAA.
Most likely the modern battlefield, be it air or ground, will see C&C denial the key to victory. Jamming, countermeasures, selective obfuscation, usurpation, spoofing.
The Islamofacists will not trust tech enough to be defeated by this. They will, however, learn to fight the cyber battle against their enemies. Us first-world combatants will keep trying to out-tech them, and end up using overwhelming force. And raising another generation of fascists with a more convenient excuse for murder than just hating everyone else.
The F-4 was multi-service. Navy variants may even have different refueling probes and avionics.
And its multirole functionality was largely due to avionics and weapons systems.
Look what they did with the F-15/16s, everything but carrier ops.
Ditto. And again.
If a ground-based LW radar can guide the AAM, Alli the fighter is doing is getting the middle close enough.
GBLW radar can use a lot of computer power to get the middle close enough to burn the stealth, or go IR.
Arrays will be steerable enough.
Keeping them small enough to fit on ships, that's fun.
Escape velocity of 1.5 ft/s is close to 1mph, I think.
That's a pretty delicate orbit.
"I agree that it's your device and you should be able to do anything with it,"
Has anyone considered reading the licensing and/or EULA? Claiming it's 'your device' is all well and good, but legally licensing decides this.
I'm not taking sides, just pointing out the legalities. YMMV.
If congressional staff is denied this recreational outlet, they will just find other mischief.
Which can only result in more laws and more spending
Really. My 5" phone behaves differently than my 7" tablet, and the UI adapts.
Unified UI from 4" phones to 24" all-in-ones? Why?
A unified kernel, that might be fun.
The sites that restart my autoplay preferences constantly. ESPN does this, and others.
Fat Lou did clean house.
A lot of those execs founded their own ventures, and a lot of them bought IBM stuff.
Of course, he also let go a lot of people who did nothing. I worked for a man at the time who had to deal with the do nothings, No love lost when they were gone.