Military prose from all over

In naming the F-35, General Moseley said, “Today, the enemies of peace and freedom have been put on notice. They have feared this day because the F-35 provides the coalition warfighter the perfect blend of speed, precision and stealth.”

How much did we pay to name this piece of high-speed pork? And how is it going to stop the Turbanists from leaving improvised bombs at crossroads and at schools?

This is the best 1966 ever!

Via defensetech

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