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It has already been proved "robotics" does not work where human intuition and ingenuity is required. Plus, it is highly susceptible to "hacking" by opposition forces. Add to that mechanical problems. What's left? The "techie" going out into the field, (probably unarmed and unprepared,) to find and fix the problem. In the meantime, those other people, the ones not living or fighting strictly with automation, are going to have a "turkey shoot."
Now, as far as replacing the A-10 with the F-35, that is really asinine. Replace an "attack" aircraft, a bird designed to support ground troops and equipment, already proven to save our pilots and ground forces, with a supersonic fighter, that is so over budget already, it is ridiculous and should be considered criminal.
How many times now, have we seen this from the dem bloodsuckers?
WW2, we sent men into combat sitiuation with no ammo,. Again in Korea, again in Vietnam
Start taking names and addresses al of the liberal bloodsuckers, they can be the first to go into combat zones, withj no ammo.
Another thought. "Robot Army"? I have written a few sci fi shorts and I have this mental image of a squad of robots sitting around their hooch getting drunk quaffing light machine oil. And their robots in the other camp doing to same. Maybe some pinups from Popular Mechanics on the walls.
How can you have a war without killing humans? A bunch of Terminators having at each other just doesn't seem right.
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