I don't really know the PAF India scenario, but in the US we expect to have air superiority, and if you are going to have that, you have to destroy the opposing forces air force, with bombs or missiles, and quicklyI understand your point.
But here I am talking strictly about Pakistan/India scenario. Pakistan unfortunately sees no value in the lives of foot soilders and the reason why they still travel in pickup trucks in enemy infested areas. To me it seems that money matters over soilders life.
Now in India Pakistan scenario, Keeping in mind close border distances and lack of air superiority on either side my question was simple:
Do we need to invest in double engine planes carrying dozens of AAM when both sides will most likely engage in quick shoot and run situation and not to hang around unnecessarily just because I still got missiles on my wings. What about the fuel , heavy SAM presence and availability of backup planes at a very short notice.
We are not going to fly over enemy territory for hours hunting planes: my question is that why two WVR and two BVR not enough to engage and then disengage. If you haven’t got the enemy after firing 5 million missiles then isnt it better to just turn and return and wait for another day.
Hahahaha you'll be surprised how many people do that. It's just fooling yourself to be happy. You have to train yourself to be happy without expecting anything. Which is actually really hard to do but very rewarding.one of my colleague use to say sometime ......
"I am going to give treat to myself today ...."
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