Just ask the Air Force
And aluminum and steel are dandy with age? Composites typically do not sustain fatigue damage like metallic structure. Nor do they corrode, although they may cause corrosion issue when used in conjunction with some metals. You are way off.
I agree with Hokey. I've been flying aircraft with composite.parts for years. No problems with the composite parts.
In fact, I feel the aircraft is more durable over the years that it is in service.
You mean the Navy A-6- e-6 planes rewinged in the late 80's-early 90's are having problems
And the composites on the Hornets are falling off
Ditto for the composite parts on old 747, and 767, and 777 ?
Golly gee - better call the company and let them know of your discoverym and expertise
And the 20 year old B-2 bombers must be ready for the scrap heap ?
meanwhile- check for leaks in your tin foil hat - the DUH rays are leaking in