Seriously, it’s like the plane is begging people not to buy it.
The U.S. military said it had grounded the entire fleet of 97 Lockheed
Martin Corp F-35 fighter jets until completion of additional inspections
of the warplane’s single engine built by Pratt & Whitney, a unit of
United Technologies Corp.
I wonder if the Royal Navy has a Plan B? Might say as much about the Monarchy as the
For years I have been openly mocking our prime minister. He believes he’s the combined reincarnation of General Douglas MacArthur and Winston Churchill, often touting things like the Canadian victory in the War of 1812, even though Canada wouldn’t exist for another 55 years. Pish posh. In reality, I have criticized Harper for being an […]
RAF Typhoon with Russian Su-27 – June 2014
Brian Stewart at CBC suggests that Harper’s over-the-top tough-guy rhetoric about Putin has led to increased Russian strategic bomber flights and thus a busier time for Canadian fighters and pilots conduc…
For anyone who still follows the very expensive comedy of errors that is the F-35, the latest news is that the air from the big hole what all the hot air blows out on the vertical take off/land "B" model is too hot for most landing surfaces. Apparently it requires a special military grade concrete mix, or a special 30 ton landing pad, which effectively negates the entire point of a V/STOL flying
It may be the biggest military blunder in Canadian history but all signs point to our country succumbing to the F-35, Lockheed’s first-strike, light attack bomber. Harper, the ultimate stealth politician, is playing a waiting game. He…