The government of Israel has overcome its concerns about technology access on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter sufficiently to press ahead with the purchase of 20 of the fighters at $96 million per copy. One of Israel’s concerns has been about its ability to maintain flexibility in the electronic warfare realm. But the government has determined it can still maintain its ability to quickly upgrade the F-35 to meet future threat needs without being dependent on the U.S. Under the terms of ...
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