Top this for a speeding ticket

Two California Highway Patrol Officers were conducting
speeding enforcement on I-15, just north of the Marine
Corps Air Station at Miramar . One of the officers was using
a hand held radar device to check speeding vehicles
approaching the crest of a hill.

The officers were suddenly surprised when the radar gun
began reading 300 miles per hour. The officer attempted to
reset the radar gun, but it would not reset and then
turned off.

Just then a deafening roar over the tree tops revealed that
the radar had in fact locked on to a USMC F/A-18 Hornet
which was engaged in a low flying exercise near the location.

Back at the CHP Headquarters the Patrol Captain fired off a
complaint to the USMC Base Commander.  The reply came
back in true USMC style:

Thank you for your letter.
We can now complete the file on this incident.

You may be interested to know that the tactical computer in
the Hornet had detected the presence of, and subsequently
locked-on to your hostile radar equipment and automatically
sent a jamming signal back to it, which is why it shut down.

Furthermore, an Air-to-Ground missile aboard the fully armed
aircraft had also automatically locked on to your equipment
location.

Fortunately, the Marine Pilot flying the Hornet recognized the
situation for what it was, quickly responded to the missile
system alert status and was able to override the automated
defense system before the missile was launched to destroy
the hostile radar position.

The pilot also suggests you cover your mouths when cussing
at them, since the video systems on these jets are very high
tech. Sergeant Johnson, the officer holding the radar gun,
should get his dentist to check his left rear molar. It appears
the filling is loose.  Also, the snap is broken on his holster.

Thank you for your concern.
Semper Fi.