Turkey has roiled NATO by buying S-400 missile defenses from Russia, with experts arguing that allowing Russian systems in NATO defenses could massively weaken the alliance’s ability to fight Moscow.
But experts are strangely ignoring the fact that NATO will soon possess Russia’s top fighter jet killer.
This could prove extremely valuable for US jets in a fight against Russia.
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Turkey’s purchase of Russia’s top-of-the-line S-400 missile defense system has caused a diplomatic spat between Ankara and Washington and led NATO’s southernmost member to miss out on the F-35 stealth fighter jet, but it could actually prove fatal to Moscow’s plans to take on US F-22s and F-35s.
Articles on the threat posed to the F-35 program by the S-400 are a dime a dozen, with experts across the board agreeing that networking Russian systems into NATO’s air defenses spells a near death sentence for allied air power.
Additionally, scores of…