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Hearing more about how many of America's F-22's were possibly damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Michael could be up to 10% of the U.S.'s F-22 fleet...
Oct 16 2018 12:13 PM
  • Maximus's Photo
    Of course nature can strike anywhere, but you'd think there would some sort of plan to evacuate all that equipment ahead of a massive hurricane. Even if the jets were unable to fly, there should have been some sort of plan to transport them with trucks (or at least they should consider doing this for the next hurricane).
    Oct 16 2018 08:41 PM
  • MarcZ's Photo
    How would they use trucks for things which would take up the road ways during an evacuation... Lives are going to be more important than military equipment and there was only about 2 days notice this was coming and even then it was not clear this was going to be a major hurricane at landfall.
    Oct 16 2018 10:01 PM
  • Alislaws's Photo
    Shouldn't military bases be designed to resist missile strikes etc. though? I mean sure, it was a really bad storm, but don't they have bunkers for this sort of thing?
    Oct 17 2018 02:38 PM