Meet Link 16: The Big Communication Upgrade the F-22 Stealth Fighter Just Recieved
The National Interest -

Kris Osborn

Security, Americas

A good back up if normal voice comms are hacked during a fight.

Often referred to as an “aerial quarterback,” the U.S. F-22 Raptor is designed as a “first look, first shot, first kill” kind of air dominance fighter intended to ensure air supremacy and, in many cases, establish a safer “air corridor” for less stealthy and maneuverable aircraft to attack. 

Now, the stealth fighter will have a safer and more direct way to transmit intelligence data, video-sharing,...

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