posted on Oct, 24 2017 @ 07:43 PM
a reply to: Zaphod58
I agree the system itself is still lethal, but not in the configuration found through the current hotspots. Mainly because the majority of them that
are hostile to our forces are mounted on the back of pickups that start rocking like a boat in choppy water after a single burst.
The ones that are more effective hooked up to the digital systems and networks you describe are more likely to sit in the inventories of organized
national forces with state backing. These militia forces all over the WW3 battlefield are not really integrated to challenge our air assets, which is
why they are pretty much being used exclusively on the ground at their rivals or at the very most on helicopters, or as illustrated a few posts back,
lucky shooting on an A-10 providing close air support.
You got to be flying real low and or slow to get hit by the militia truck mounted AA guns in 2017 against modern air. Even this reaper was shot down
by a missile, not a gun.