Well, how much usable information would the guy have? Anecdotal technical information to pass along? It's not like the guy would have thumb drives of
files. Would word-of-mouth information be that useful considering the hacking ability of the Chinese?
I wonder though, what he thought the Chinese would be able to do? Send in some black ops unit to bust him out? I feel like the Russians would be
more capable (not saying they could pull it off either), but I mean what payoff did he think all this extra risk could bring him? (Granted I've never
been to jail or anything so I don't know how desperate one gets).
Yeah...but it's not like he'd be able to sketch technical blue prints from memory of the systems he's worked with. I'm sure the Chinese have a good
handle on what our capabilities ARE, just now how we go about doing them. They're probably aware of our EWS, missiles, and aircraft ranges -- as well
as the RCS's on them.
He could give them a lot more information than they could get online, even without designs and plans. You don't need designs and plans to be able to
use the information. China is building their first CATOBAR carrier now. How useful do you think it would be to get operations down, with information
from the only country in the world with a large CATOBAR carrier fleet, and shave 10-15 years off getting your own pilots ready and doctrine
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in ref. To the other issue
why has no one in the prison hit the reprobate that hard in the face that he would need to ram his bloody tooth brush up his backsde to clean his
edit on 8-7-2015 by pronto because: (no reason given)
a reply to: Zaphod58
mate this is one very poor excuse for an officer and a gentleman, an example setter, a leader of men and a human being
so he will end up in your mil. Prison.
do your mob still employ rule 7.62
Cheers and beers
Holy Cow Zaph!......I am glad they intercepted the letter.... This thread reads like the "Twilight Zone" and then some.
I suspect this guy won't be around to even testify in any kind of military trial. Probably a good thing for all.
There are local military prisons, usually for minor offenses. Major offenders go to Leavenworth, or since he's Navy, there are several detention
facilities he can go to, as well as several facilities run by the Navy for all services.
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