A NEW REPORT REVEALS WHY THERE WON’T BE ANY ‘NEW’ F-22 RAPTORS || WARTHOG 2018

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  • jonathan lavezzi

    Will be interesting to see what happens if Japan comes out with a fifth generation fighter based on a twin engine F 35/FYI 23

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  • Patrick Milewski

    Restarting f-22 production with upgraded systems that are designed to reduce maintenance, increase situational awareness, and incorporating fiber-optic controls and composite materials would make for an effective warplanes of the future.

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  • Eth3realwarrior

    Just lift the secrecy of the TR3 B we Americans have been paying for it through our tax payer dollars!

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  • Jonathan Hankins

    Because the F22 is from the 90's and the US builds new planes…

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  • patrick robinson

    SOUNDS LIKE A KID IN A SWEET SHOP SORRY NO MORE F-22'S

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  • Liam Cockcroft

    anti access is a nice term for a country able to defend it's region from US aggression.

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  • Terry Britton

    How far away are we from drone fighters and bombers?

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  • Jebediah Gentry

    Not a new report

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  • Luis Lopez

    We need to waste another 20 billion dollars for something that the chinese or russians can do with a fraction of that budget.

    'MERICA FCK YEAH

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  • Gregory Thoman

    What new report? We have known for years why. Click bait.

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  • Shorty Hernandez

    They already started the production of new F-22 with the F-35 capabilities. So I’m not sure where this came from.

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  • Johnny

    They likely have the f22 successor underway

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  • waudio777

    The future of air combat is UCAS. No other countries can do this but the U.S.

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  • tplummer217

    They fucked up by putting their eggs in the f35 basket.

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  • Derik Card

    Because a traiter in the whitehouse named Barrack Housane Obama had the tooling destroyed. He did everything he could to destroy our military and still walks free. Our leaders are cowards who should all be hung like the traiters they are.

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  • Aurα вírdч

    Obsolescence gay shit and America has the worst army in the world with undertrained weak military, North Korea and Afghanistan are the most advanced lel.

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  • Abd Issa

    Limited edition

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  • krosny

    Russia and China don't have 5th generation aircraft. Just fake stealth lol

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  • American guy

    Let me guess F-35s are more versatile and better than the F-22s? Also let me guess no enemy aircraft that can beat the current American fighters?

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  • Silverfoxxee

    Who needs manned fighters or bombers when you have swarms of cheap unmanned fighter drones that the public doesn't know about?

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  • Brian Merz

    Bullcrap. The other designs can't keep up. The reason that the F-22 will not be restarted is that a better plane is already in the plan.

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  • jack black

    verbal diarrhea. you make this video once a month bro. every month on call. f-22 cant be built cause…

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  • Dr Bendover

    just a few more years and the 6th gen fighter starts showing it capabilities right after the B21 rolls out for the public.

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  • mrcain

    am I the only one who thinks that "cost to restart" and similar arguments are a veil for newer solutions, such as drones or gen 6 fighter?

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  • James Cronin

    In other words.. "Dump your money into the F-35, which is a total waste of time and money." We value politics over the interests of our nation. Signed, Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan. For your sakes, Mr. McConnell and Mr. Ryan, I hope there isn't a Hell below.

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  • Chongyee Yap

    USA has no money ! Unless USA can save the petro-dollar, she will not have enough money to do anything serious. F-22 is already obsolete, why bother, China and Russia can detect the F-22 stealth !

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  • Nimrod Quimbus

    Obaba killed that bird well.

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  • D. Paul Gladstone

    First Lockheed-Martin, along with other companies, are designing a successor to the F-22. Trying to reopen the line would be silly at best. As some know Lockheed-Martin help KAI (South Korea) design a new trainer and light attack fighter called the FA-50/T-50A. KAI is designing their new stealth fighter that looks so much like the F-22, but is smaller, lighter and less expensive to build and operate. You can bet Lockheed-Martin has their fingerprints on this design. The F-22 cannot be sold outside the USA.

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  • Dwight Stewart

    To hell with Stealth.

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