Friday, March 1, 2019

Super wealthy Poland has a lots of money ready to tose in a trash bin - Outdated Russian planes to be replaced by 2026(when those also become outdated) for the sake of Russia with American F-35

No signs on sight for wish which would actually maintain nations' independence. Off course I am talking about basic armamamet which Belarus, Germany, France, Italy, UK all already have for decades....related to
What exactly will F35s do for Poland(and 32 only)...the answer is nothing. The one who will profit from them will eventally be Russia(its why 32 only) which will get a good pick inside(and under the hood) of plane cockpits.

Solution for Poland are not options with which one can't compete(nor with plane numbers and nor technologically - it is much harder/ to support/maintain expensive foreign hardware which can go at its best neck to neck with enemy planes than to ensure my gesture as seen above) in absolutely any way, but instead inexpensive effective deterant.
Some of these children have already lost their dads and even moms before and their alternates seems will too. Well, those unwilling to learn from past are doomed to repeat failures in the future. Play yard seen here not safe to grow children of my own.

Poland doesn't want to know about real national independence and Baltic states as well as Ukraine should be aware of this very fact.

Poland wants to buy fifth-gen fighters under $49B modernization program

WARSAW, Poland — Polish Defence Minister Mariusz Blaszczak announced Thursday he signed a military modernization plan document under which the country will spend 185 billion zloty (U.S. $49 billion) on new weapons and military equipment by 2026.

The acquisition of 32 fifth-generation fighter jets is one of the priority procurements that are to be carried out under the program, the minister said.

“I expect both the chief of the General Staff, and the chief of the Armament Inspectorate to immediately initiate actions to perform this task,” Blaszczak said in a Feb. 28 ministerial statement.

The acquisition aims to help Poland replace its outdated Soviet-era Sukhoi Su-22 and Mikoyan MiG-29 aircraft.

Other acquisitions to be financed by the multiyear program include short-range air defense systems, combat helicopters, cybersecurity systems and new submarines for the Polish Navy, according to Blaszczak.

For 2019, the Defence Ministry has a budget of close to 44.7 billion zloty, an increase of 9 percent compared with a year earlier.

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