LONDON — The U.K. Royal Air Force (RAF) wants to upgrade its synthetic training for the Eurofighter Typhoon to be on a par with that expected for the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter when it arrives in 2018. The RAF’s Typhoon force is exploring a range of options to get more out of its training and limited flying hours as it faces airspace constraints, high operational costs and the need to learn how to fly in large-scale operations. “To go out and employ the ...
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