NATO's inclusion of former Eastern bloc countries is opening new markets for Western arms suppliers as governments face deadlines to meet requirements for military equipment interoperability within the alliance. As the most recent NATO members, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland agreed in mid-1997, with U.S. backing, to coordinate their combat aircraft and other military re-equipment programs. Standardized technical support, logistics and training also are planned to minimize procurement ...

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