Allies advance airlift, surveillance and missile defense initiatives
NATO has moved several key modernization programs past difficult hurdles, but decisions looming in the coming months will signal whether commitments made at the alliance’s summit will be lasting. The 26 NATO members tried to tackle everything from their relatively low-end transport helicopter needs to strategic missile defenses at this month’s gathering in Bucharest. Many of the issues will receive a second vetting when the alliance convenes defense procurement chiefs at the semiannual ...
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