still too fast, hey? Slow down!
it would seem you've got it quite conveniently covered (your backside, that is)... vests on, it's a problem; vests off, it's a problem!
as for your latest, 'expert opinion', regarding the two most recent incidents (the ones you're attributing to "incomplete g-suits" (vests off), I'm reading where the USAF is attributing those two recent incidents to, "malfunctions in the F22's life support systems - so called mechanical problems". Perhaps your slow typing distracted you from this revelation, hey?
uhhh, by the by, any 'expert opinion' on the 'hypoxia like problem' encountered by that F-22 ground crew? Ground crews don't wear g-suits, right?
So when is the F-22 heading for the Boneyard? It's a POS, right? America, unlike Canada, doesn't hang onto aircraft that do not work or get old. This is all really very silly. The US will figure out the problems...problems that occur in every new system...new designs will come forward and get built. Canada will buy new aircraft eventually...unless a huge meteor strikes...or the Occupy Movement takes over Canada...which ever comes first. You'll continue to hate the military, no matter what happens.