LONDON — The U.K. Royal Air Force (RAF) plans to introduce the Tranche 3 Eurofighter Typhoon into service in late 2014. The Tranche 3 Typhoon, the first of which was flown by BAE Systems in December 2013, features increased avionics computing and electrical power and capacity, fuel dump capability and provisions for an electronically scanned array (AESA) radar. It is planned to be the most advanced variant of the Typhoon, but RAF commanders are eager to get the multi-role capability of ...
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