Military transport, air defense projects gain traction as Middle East looks to modernize
A new wave of military modernization programs is sweeping the Middle East, although many are still in formative stages and unlikely to firm up for some time. Two areas expected to see heavy activity in the near future are airlift and air and missile defense. Both have attracted much attention among military planners in recent months and feature prominently in strategic reviews done throughout the region in the wake of the war in Iraq and a changed strategic balance. Airlift needs ...
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