LONDON — The Norwegian government has kicked off the purchase of its F-35A Joint Strike Fighters after years of discussions and a recent budget move to adjust procurement plans. The deal also puts the Kongsberg Joint Strike Missile (JSM) on a path to integration on the fighter, which Norway sees as key to achieving its industrial goals. “The decision to move forward was reached following an extended dialogue with the U.S. Department of Defense aimed at securing opportunities for ...
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