Six European nations have agreed to undertake a collaborative effort in advanced technologies that would enable them to jointly develop future combat aircraft systems. In a declaration published last week in Brussels, the defense ministers of six nations--the U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Sweden and Spain--undertook to launch a study to identify the requirements that will be demanded of the new generation of combat aircraft due to enter service around 2020; the systems and ...
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