SINGAPORE — Stinging losses in high-profile fighter competitions in India and Japan have Boeing refining proposals and bid strategies as the manufacturer eyes several key international contests. The company is looking “to put some new things on the table,” says Jeff Kohler, vice president for business development at Boeing Military Aircraft. The move comes after the F/A-18E/F was eliminated early in India and also lost in Japan to the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. The ...

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