KRAKOW, Poland – Poland’s territorial defense strategy has always been about one overriding threat: Russia. And with Russian forces massing at the Ukrainian border, the government in Warsaw is stepping up its rhetoric about new weapons and increased spending. Having already bought 48 F-16 Block 52+ aircraft, Poland has established itself as the leading force in modernization among the new NATO countries. It has also been fighting alongside U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan for ...
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