so... not a malfunction and crash as stated by the U.S. Government, hey? I trust you will share the insights/absolutes from your blog world on just how the drone was "acquired" by Iran... make sure to explain why the self-destruct didn't work - that's a hoot... Iranian's penetrating Langley, no less! Oh my!
it is quite disconcerting to have you allege that not only is the aforementioned Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) satellite system not secure... I guess you're also alleging neither is the existing Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite system (oh look; another international partnership Canada joined in on). That's a lot of insecurity you're perpetuating, hey?
You’ve never heard of Aldrich Ames or John Anthony Walker?
ahhh, yes... your tangled web weave expands! So, it was an inside job then, hey? Aren't you the guy continually pulling out your Alex Jones card?
But again, about your security and bandwidth lament - with all your fevered expertise, are you asserting that the WGS and AEHF satellite systems are unsecure? Yes or No? Equally, again, are you asserting there is a current 'bandwidth' constraint/limitation? Yes or No?
Regardless, if the UAV was “hacked” or has per the official story, malfunctioned and landed intact inside of Iran, tis hardly a beaming dose of confidence with said technology…………
hey now! About all that Chinese espionage/hacking of F-35 'design & systems' data/information... as you say, "tis hardly a beaming dose of confidence with said technology", hey?
does your "situational awareness" concern extend to include the failings of the F-35 HMDS? I can replay the latest U.S. GAO report, uhhh... situational awareness on those failings... if you'd like.
no? Of course not. It hardly fits your buzzword bingo... situational awareness!