It scours the bottom of Navy ships, invades the crevices of Air Force jets and costs the Defense Department $23 billion a year. It’s not a clandestine agent or biological weapon. In fact, it’s in your home right now.
Even new planes aren’t safe; leaky F-22’s are expected to cost the Air Force millions. And rust is a constant problem for the Navy, since it has a notoriously hard time avoiding salt water.
Nice of you to finally join the party, fellas.
I got an idea. Maybe, if we didn't spread ourselves so thin, with extended operations and deployments in wars we shouldn't be in anyway, we'd have time to get on a tighter refit schedule.