Fighter F-35


An unknown electronic warfare system damaged the electronics of the F-35 fighter during a provocative flight

An unknown electronic warfare system "dropped" the F-35 fighter.

An F-35 fighter jet crashed at an air base in South Korea due to a complex electronics failure of a combat aircraft. As follows from the data presented, the electronic systems of the fighter worked, but did not obey the actions of the pilot. This indirectly confirms the originally voiced version that the combat aircraft crashed due to the impact of an unknown electronic warfare complex located either on the territory of the PRC or on the territory of the DPRK.

The American side reports that, as part of the investigation, it was found that the fault was the failure of the electronic on-board systems of the fighter, however, it is noteworthy that, according to experts from the United States, a collision with a bird was to blame, although no explanation regarding how this is related to malfunctions was not given.

A South Korean F-35 pilot was forced to perform a belly landing during an exercise due to a malfunction in the aircraft's avionics system on Jan. 4. It was the latest in a string of mishaps for a stealth aircraft after a British F-35 crashed into the sea after a failed takeoff from the aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth in the Mediterranean last year. A follow-up investigation into the actual cause of the accident will be conducted. The Air Force also said that a team of American experts will visit South Korea to conduct a thorough investigation into the technical elements of the incident, including why the aircraft's avionics system and landing gear failed., - reports the publication "Eurasian Times".

It is noteworthy that last summer there was information that the military from the DPRK had adopted long-range electronic warfare systems. This could well have been the cause of the crash of the F-35 fighter, which made a provocative flight near the borders of the DPRK.

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Rab systems are just jammers that confuse the enemy. There are no pulse weapons there, and there won't be for a very long time. Pulse weapon technology is in its infancy, as there are no compact and super-powerful power sources. Can hatit feed readers with tales of damage?

and how did it become known at all? What, directly from Washington reported? Directly the series "motherland" of some kind.

Guys, buy U-2, plywood covered with a rag. No electronic warfare system takes, and on the radar it looks like a wasp. Your "invisibles" will soon roll in weekly. The Chinese are not idle.

Obviously, the 21st century, the century of electronics and budding artificial intelligence. But in parallel, means are being created to counteract them, on the same principles.
This is an analogue of how in past centuries they were - a sword and a shield,
with armor. And what artificial intelligence can lead to, its creators do not care.

To implement the program code in the cutter, no power is needed.

However, there have been many reports about you.

EMP will completely cut off, and an iron blank will simply fall)
It really depends on the power.

Electronic warfare equipment can theoretically damage aircraft electronics, but practically they don’t have enough power, so an electromagnetic pulse from a nuclear explosion can try. However, there have been no reports of such.