Planes have a large sky to move around and the targets are generally fixed or slow moving. Hence planes generally had the advantage in hitting the targets. But with the supercomputing arriving, the situation has changed. Now the SAMs are getting upper hand over planes except in hilly terrains.SAMs in general are no match for air power.
Jamming can be both ways. The ground radars also can jam the radar vision of the plane.That doesn't make any sense. The stealth aircraft is using the jamming.
F22 is not yet tested against strong foes. That does not make F22 invincibleA2A I'm yet to see any evidence that an F-22 can be beaten in open combat (not mock dogfights).
Destroyers are ships and hence they have limitations in thing like power generation, control over distant parts of seas etc. But ground based systems have unlimited power from power plants and can have lots of ground infrastructure for area denial. Moreover, till the advent of super computing, planes had upper hand over SAMs. But now things have changed after super computing arrival.Nope, they just don't. Ground-based air defences have never successfully countered air power since WWII. Like I said, cruiser and destroyers would still rule the waves if they did.