Why is the US Air Force pulling away from the F-35 now?

As we saw in our article "The US Air Force could develop a new fighter to replace its F16" of February 18, the US Air Force distances itself from the…

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Greece: What will change with the arrival of the Rafale

It's finally done! The Greek authorities officially signed yesterday, Monday, January 25, the order for 18 Rafale fighter jets in the F3R standard, as well as a large batch ...

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Indonesia wants to build an air force of 170 fighters in the coming years

In recent months, Indonesia's defense procurement and communications strategy has been viewed chaotically, to say the least. Indeed, the country, which ...

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Russian Rostec would develop a 5th generation single-engine light fighter

The Russian Defense industry has recorded many successes in recent years on the national and especially international scene, with an average of $ 13,5 billion exported each year to…

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From the F16 Viper to the JF-17 Thunder, do light fighters still have a role to play?

While Defense news today gives pride of place to heavy or medium combat aircraft, such as the F35, Rafale or Su35, lighter fighters continue to represent…

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Will Japan, South Korea and Turkey capture the 5G medium fighter market?

Since the end of the Second World War, 3 countries have traditionally shared the market for light fighters in the West: Great Britain (Vampire, Gnat, Harrier), France (Mystery ...

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