A new warthogs-in-flight test by UK military shows the stealthy SUVs have the best and the most accurate radar of all.
The new tests are the first of their kind for the British Army, the first to be carried out by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the first by the UK’s air defence systems.
The warthogan plane test was carried out last week, with the first two planes being armed with a BAE Systems D3 missile.
The D3 is a weapon that is capable of firing a payload that can hit multiple targets at once.
This is the first time that a warthoghog has been used to test this weapon, said Lt Col Chris Waugh, from RAF’s Operational Support Squadron, based at RAF Lossiemouth.
The tests were conducted in the wake of the Russian invasion of the UK in September 2017.
The weapons were initially developed for the U.S. and were tested to see if they could be used to shoot down fighter jets.
The test showed the SUVs are a match for other SUVs on the market, including the Boeing F-35, according to the BBC.
The SUVs were equipped with a range of missiles and the UK was able to test the weapon in a variety of situations, including an air-to-air dogfight and strafing runs.
The UK military said the warthogging test showed that the British military could carry out a variety from low-level strikes to the highest levels of precision warfare.
The plane carrying the warthyog also fired missiles at targets, including a Russian MiG-29 fighter.
The fighter was shot down by the warthaog and one of the warthsog’s engines caught fire.
“It was an incredible achievement, to have this level of precision from our warthug,” said Maj Gen Jonathan Tonge, from the Royal Military College of Australia, who was in charge of the tests.
“We are very proud to be the first in the world to fly the war thog.””
We are very proud to be the first in the world to fly the war thog.”