,,,you seem to have a poor grasp as to what Asperger's Syndrome actually is.
"Asperger syndrome (AS), also known as Asperger's syndrome or Asperger disorder, is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is characterized by significant difficulties in social interaction, alongside restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests."
Emphasis on the second half of the description.
Using wikipedia as your primary source when accusing the exponential of being mentally challenged? Somehow I find this ironic.
If you wish to argue for NATO air superiority within the time period I would gladly invite you to do so.
I never argued air superiority on either side, because I dont think either side would have it. I've stated my opinion on multiple topics that neither side would win a conventional war before it goes nuclear, and any air involvement wouldnt be a huge factor due to 1985-era aircraft not having the systems modern aircraft have.
Every time someone makes a post hinting that NATO may have an advantage you're quick to rush in with "NOPE NOPE WP UBER ALLES" and its gotten beyond tedious. You then link reports in Russian that generally DONT support what you said, but just enough to continue arguing. You cherry pick facts and dismiss most any source that disagrees with you as having no credibility.
Most recent example is that thread in Offtopic about War Movies of all things. Multiple mods have noticed it even, judging by their participation in that topic.
Many military theorists, namely the office of soviet studies, disagree with you. The war would have been decisive and short due to many failings of NATO strategic planning.
Which systems do you refer to? 4th generation AAM? They were present on the MiG29A/Su27S in the form of R73 and R27 families, but yes NATO did not field them until after the cold war (AIM9X is a rather recent system). Helmet mounted sights, IRST, PAR radar? They were also present on various cold war aircraft such as MiG29/31/Su27. Full network centric datalink (not fielded by NATO until 2000s)? It was fielded as early as 1982 on the soviet side, specifically MiG31/29/Su27 aircraft.
So in general soviets did posses what you call "modern" systems as far as 1980s, which is completely consistent with the game timeline.
"You then link reports in Russian that generally DONT support what you said, but just enough to continue arguing. You cherry pick facts and dismiss most any source that disagrees with you as having no credibility. "
Can you please provide an example of such fallacy? I would be glad to conduct polite, educated discussion where possible.
We need more missilez code for the missilez god.
"Tactical Ikalugin inbound on this position in 10... 9..."