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they were not flying that night, but they were eventually forced to admit they were when I persuaded my MP to ask a question in Parliament. In fact there was a pre-booked RAF low-flying exercise ongoing. Pre-booked means it was not a scramble, so unless aliens had access to the RAF’s training schedule it follows that what people saw was actually all part of that RAF exercise. No big deal really, the RAF practice at low-level frequently in the Peaks and Lakes.
However, 21st-century technology has made - or at least should make - this problem obsolete. The solution is to supplement personal loyalty with cryptographic weapon locks, as used today on nuclear weapons. In the world of modern networking, there is no reason at all why this approach cannot extend all the way down to small arms.And if you take the formalistic notion that ownership of the country is by definition control of the weapon cryptographic keys, you can literally get owned by a hacker!But I very much doubt that wireless weapon locks will ever be practical. It's too easy to make a jammer.