FORT WORTH — Two Korean air force F-16 fighters — a single-seat KF-16C and a two-place KF-16D — were ferried into BAE Systems’ new facility at Alliance airport here late last month, marking the start of the planned five-year, 134-aircraft upgrade program. Under the most extensive third-party upgrade program ever launched for a modern fighter aircraft, the KF-16 force will receive the Raytheon Advanced Combat Radar (Racr), with an active electronically scanned array ...

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