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originally posted by: vethumanbeing
originally posted by: hutch622
a reply to: Zaphod58
There's no way to make it truly invisible,
YES. Convince them what exists DOES NOT ACTUALLY EXIST [its impossible]; this argument is happening before my eyes with intelligent people debating a given fact. Change the profile, kill the specie; its all the same and human ingenuity can accomplish this.
What would Russia do if these stealth craft evaded all their counter measures and destroyed every target they had?
What would America do if their aircraft dropped out the skies like flies and their aircraft carriers sank to the bottom on the ocean?
Indeed. Why would the US attack targets in Russia? Why would Russia start shooting down aircraft?
A war between Russia and NATO would not be fought with only aircraft.
We have one side banking on offensive aircraft and another counter measures
originally posted by: imod02
Russians do what Russians do best, let the USA spend billions developing some thing then they see how the technology can be over come. For example the F-117 that was shot down was done so by using it stealth against it. They looked for what was not on the radar that should of been there, yes they could not lock on to it but the could "see" where it was by the fact there was stuff missing on the radar screen . By firing sams they were able to guide the F-117 into a killing zone. The F-117 got shot down because the pilot believed that he was invisible to the "primitive " Russian tec. The biggest mistake any country can make is thinking every thing they have is better that what every thing everyone else has.
originally posted by: Whereismypassword
a reply to: Phage
Your don't know the outcome of a war between Russian and America so your above scenario is equally not valid
We both don't know the outcome but surely having air superiority would be a winning factor
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: imod02
Go read the interviews with the Serbian missile battery Commander. It had nothing to do with "seeing what wasn't there". It had everything to do with taking advantage of mistakes, and playing to strengths.