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Tgerritsen Supporting Member of TMP27 Oct 2021 5:35 a.m. PST

This is a fantastic audio only pod cast (it's on youtube, but you can just listen since there is no video) featuring a Canadian pilot with an amazing flying history discussing the reality of the F35. He's flown all three models of the F35 (as well as a host of other aircraft). No hype, no bs, just an hour of discussion about his observations (including some interesting insights on the F18, Typhoon and other aircraft he has flown).

Oddball28 Oct 2021 4:43 a.m. PST

Everything is great.

F-35 will be fine for next 30 years.

It is a wonder weapon, it does everything.

Thresher0128 Oct 2021 1:33 p.m. PST

Yes, it can replace the A-10, A-6, F-14, and B-52. assuming you can get and keep them maintained, so their airworthy and ready for combat.

Just don't use them in heavy rains, or as them to fly faster than Mach 1.2(?). I think that was the speed quoted last time I checked.

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