Starting now, lightning strikes - on demand.
If the US Air Force is to be believed, illegal drugs aren't going away anytime soon. In fact, in the future they'll only cause more problems, because the distributing cartels will have consolidated. They'll have wealth, political power, and, instead of a few guys with submachine guns, entire armies.
Picture, then, a South American cartel of the mid-2090's. It maintains hundreds of fighter planes, thwarting attacks by launching a dozen Russian- and Chinese-made aircraft for every one of ours. Our sole advantage comes from a piece of military intelligence: Cartel pilots won't fly in harsh weather. But this doesn't mean waiting around for the skies to turn - because by then, thunderstorms will be made to order.
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