Welcome back to the our channel for a discussion about the CH-53K King Stallion Helicopter, its capabilities, and how it may replace the long-serving Chinook. Did he say it's more maintenance intensive at $100,000,000 plus each? If so, that's just piss poor engineering. Just like buying a new car today. So many gadgets, bells and whistles you really don't need that will break eventually. I'll take my old 1973 Chevelle I had in high school any day over the Mercedes I have today. I suppose it won't be long before some genius puts two Chinook fuselages together to make a four rotary engine copter similar to RC drones that have four rotary blades on either side for stability, to out-size and out-lift the King Stallion copter. The truth is with this recent economy Everyone needs more than there salary to be financially stable. The the best thing to do with your money is to lnvest it rightly because money left for saving always end up used with no returns.