China may emerge as the bargain-basement provider of combat aircraft packages for the export market
In a decade, it is quite conceivable that the only single-engine combat aircraft in production in the West will be the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). U.S. and European fighter manufacturers may cede a substantial segment of the market to the effort through lack of other products. Although Lockheed Martin's F-35 will succeed the company's F-16, the aircraft is far from a direct replacement. Partner nations in the F-35 include the U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada, Denmark, Italy, the ...
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