How many combat effectiveness are there in the 128 German typhoon fighters and only 4 more?

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 How many combat effectiveness are there in the 128 German typhoon fighters and only 4 more?


[global military May 4th] the German mirror weekly website was disclosed on the 2 day that only 4 of the 128 typhoon fighters, the main force of the German air force, had the ability to fight at any time. The news quickly raised questions about how much combat effectiveness the West once had. The British times 3 said it was only the tip of the iceberg in the German armament issue. Russia today website 2, quoted the mirror weekly reported that the German Air Force typhoon fighter is the part of the defense auxiliary subsystem located in the wing of the aircraft, mainly used to detect missile attacks and send warning to the pilot. It is alleged that about half a year ago, technicians found that the equipment had not been properly maintained and the sensitive electronic equipment was seriously damaged. Without such a warning system, typhoons are vulnerable to sneak attacks on the battlefield. At present, it is difficult to update and maintain the components. Only about 10 typhoons are still intact, and they can carry out operational tasks. But the embarrassment faced by the typhoon is more than that. It is reported that the corresponding air-to-air missiles are also in short supply, so only 4 of these 10 fighters can actually send out missions. The German Air Force insiders admit that the shortage of air-to-air missiles can not be purchased in the short term. The typhoon fighter has been regarded as the problem child of the German air force. The documents released by the Bundestag last year showed that only 39 of the 128 typhoon fighters were available. A spokesman for the German Federal defense force told the Der Spiegel weekly that this figure has increased this year, but the exact number is confidential. The spokesman stressed: the federal defense force is now fully committed to fulfilling its current operational obligations and will make up for the shortage of equipment. But in any case, this is far from the number of German promises - Germanys promise to NATO is that, in the event of an emergency, it will provide 82 fighters. The situation of other German fighters is equally worrying, for example, only 10 of the 97 old fierce wind fighters are in line with NATO requirements. The times listed a series of German equipment problems: all 6 submarines were unable to go to sea; the planned 15 guardians served 9; only 95 of the 244 tanks were used. A report of equipment shortage disclosed in February showed that German tank forces even used the painted broomstick to simulate the barrel of a machine gun during NATO exercises. Wei Yunfeng (source): Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: Liang Lian Fei _NBJS6165 The typhoon fighter has been regarded as the problem child of the German air force. The documents released by the Bundestag last year showed that only 39 of the 128 typhoon fighters were available. A spokesman for the German Federal defense force told the Der Spiegel weekly that this figure has increased this year, but the exact number is confidential. The spokesman stressed: the federal defense force is now fully committed to fulfilling its current operational obligations and will make up for the shortage of equipment. But in any case, this is far from the number of German promises - Germanys promise to NATO is that, in the event of an emergency, it will provide 82 fighters. The situation of other German fighters is equally worrying, for example, only 10 of the 97 old fierce wind fighters are in line with NATO requirements. The times listed a series of German equipment problems: all 6 submarines were unable to go to sea; the planned 15 guardians served 9; only 95 of the 244 tanks were used. A report of equipment shortage disclosed in February showed that German tank forces even used the painted broomstick to simulate the barrel of a machine gun during NATO exercises. (Wei Yunfeng)