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SnakeHandler wrote:They aren't going to shut it down. The jobs are needed too much. Also, if the auto manufacturers can show up begging for money in Gulfstreams, then the Air Force has a good case to keep the line open.
SnakeHandler wrote:But it takes too long to build them for our next conflict. The last economic slump like this one put us in the Great Depression and the only thing that got us out of it was a world war. I'm not saying that'll happen this time but if it does, we need to start producing Raptors and Lightnings now.
SnakeHandler wrote:Works for me, but I still think they'll keep the line open for now.
SnakeHandler wrote:Nah, 10 with 18 each would work fine. Especially if the Lightning is online.
SnakeHandler wrote:The squadrons that aren't deploying can share while the ones that do get the jets they need. It works for the Navy.
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