Image 1: Eglin AFBs accompanied by Tyndall AFB F-22s. Image Credit: USAF.
I decided to create a Twitter account to post future blog updates, article announcements, and interesting articles I come across. For those who don't use Twitter, I will continue to post updates on the blog.
I am current writing two articles at the moment, "Russian Networked Command and Control – Limitations and Recent Developments" and "Threat Analysis: Su-35S Part III – Maneuverability & VKS Training" both of which required an extensive period of time to write given the difficultly of finding research materials in those topics. Both of these articles will provide a foundation for the F-22 vs. Su-35S scenario article.
U.S. 1960s training film detailing types of electronic jamming and how countermeasures work, while the systems of changed many of the fundamental principles remain the same.
Document: U.S. Navy Surface Force Strategy - USN via USNI News
Beijing receives first four Su-35s - Greg Waldron
No, Mr. Trump, You Can’t Replace F-35 With A ‘Comparable’ F-18 - Doug Birkey
Mr. Trump: We Need F-35s Built Faster, Not Fewer - Dave Deptula
A chance to get closer to Japan in the Trump era - David Lang
How Might North Korea Test an ICBM? - John Schilling
Problems with the release of mobile missile systems "yars" - BMDP
Pakistan Closer To Nuclear Second-Strike Capability After Sub Missile Test - Tyler Rogoway