Notice everyone the flawless teamwork.... Aaaahh you make this just too easy.
i must hand it to israeli's ,it seems they have convinced arabs through america's propaganda that iran has aggression in its mind,and in the end all usa needs is to fire one missile from the straight of hurmuz in to arab lands and tell the arabs its iranian ,and arabs go to war with iran with all the weaponry they bought,arabs knowingly or unknowingly are becoming the pawns of israelis but i don't think any arab thinks from that angle,maybe they are naive or maybe there media is biased.anyways arabs need not play into zionist hands.sometimes it 's better to think for urself then america thin\king for u,
come on bros from saudi, when are you gunna realise that your wasting your money - you need to spend that $$ on developing your own fighter!
Arab members should not think that we are being prejudiced against the Arab countries. They are our brothers. We want their well being that is why we are advising them this way.
We could also advise them to continue to buy M1A1s and Eurofighters, but how about the fact that they might be powerless in case of US/NATO sanctions?
The truth is bitter atm, but we all have to accept it and manage our shortcomings. If we don't accept our shortcomings in the first place, we can never improve.
Don't try to live in delusion, the same is the scenario for all other hardwares you produce. As I said, it is necessary for you to admit your shortcoming first. Here I see most Arab members not ready to accept that something could go horribly wrong in the future with the strategy they are currently following.Beginning in mid-1992, Egypt started assembling M1A1 tank components imported from the United States. Egypt manufactured about 40% and imported 60% of the components for the 555 tanks produced. The cost was estimated at $3.2 billion.
How you guys turn a nice technical thread into sectarian/nationalist bashing is beyond me.
On topic: someone mentioned that the restart of F-22 would be an expensive project. According to a LM spokesperson it would cost less then 200 mil. $ for a restart.
All the tooling and know-how procedures have been saved.
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