posted on Oct, 28 2015 @ 03:34 PM
a reply to: darksidius
If you don't mind me jumping in. I do think it was the better choice, regardless of the industry implications. From what I've been gathering its the
more versatile of the two submissions and has greater interoperability between theaters.
The LockMart jet is certainly cool, but the brass has grown up a bit. Also, as has been said previously, Northrop has a way with integrating sensors
and combat networking that puts their bird on top. They are reaching unbelievable heights in combat cloud and neural networking. Northrop Grumman
leads in inflight power as well,
that shrinks the
computing power of an Arleigh-Burke to the size of server rack. Remember the LRS is the hub of a "family" of systems. Much of which are highly
classified and also overseen by the RCO. This is exactly why the B-1r project is entirely obsolete.
edit on 28-10-2015 by aholic because: (no