#  We Don’t Need More F-22s →

February 14th, 2008 | In Worth Considering 
Fred Kaplan’s not completely satisfied that Robert Gates wants 187 of the planes, and he’s even less satisfied that the Air Force still wants 381. Still, even stodgy bureaucrat-generals need a rationale to keep their favorite programs afloat. The F-22 is the centerpiece of Air Force procurement at the moment. It has nearly no role
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