BEIJING — BAE Systems will upgrade 134 F-16s for the South Korean air force, making a rare incursion into a combat aircraft market that has long been reserved for U.S. companies. But a U.S. unit of the British company will do the work, which covers design and integration of a package comprising a new radar, mission computer, Link 16 datalink, a new navigation system, multi-function displays, Raytheon AIM-120C and AIM-9X air-to-air missiles, and wind-corrected munitions dispensers. ...

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