“Open for Bids” (AW&ST April 21, p. 32) notes that Denmark is soliciting bids for its new combat aircraft program. The F-18 Super Hornet and Eurofighter Typhoons are said to be preferred because of the country’s potential need to deploy to Arctic regions “where the safety of two engines is a must.” Apparently the Canadians, who have Arctic territory far greater in size than anything the Danes would ever have to cover, forgot about this detail when they ...
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