But they do have an excellent choice for replacement hardware.Cuts could cost RAF its fleet of Tornados | Politics | The Guardian (c) The Grauniad
Yes it's from the Guardian, but it does show what a financial mess the MOD's in.
Agree and the older you are the more times you've seen the same mistakes made.And the Angel opened the Seventh Seal...
Every time the British Armed Forces are slashed to the bone, using the justification that there are no major threats in the near future - shit gets real.
At this rate, the whole of the Middle East will be on fire and in order to protect the oil supply, the gub'mint will be conscripting anyone under the age of dead.
The stupid cnuts never learn.
At the going rate the Russians could be pouring through the Fulda gap and on into West Germany, and we'd still be cutting the armed forces.At this rate, the whole of the Middle East will be on fire and in order to protect the oil supply, the gub'mint will be conscripting anyone under the age of dead.
Ah, but why would we want more Typhoons?Are they not playing the long game here by ditching the tornados for more typhoons if the oman deals fallen through they've got some spare change and personel to throw at extra typhoons
Probably end up chucking grenades out the back of the skyvan .So remind me - if the Tornadoes go, exactly what have we got left for bombing/ground attack beyond Apache range? I understood Typhoons weren't intended and aren't ready for that role. The BBMF Lancaster? Do the Red sparrows Hawks still have hardpoints and avionics for the role?
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