Norway and the U.K. have signed a concept agreement that will explore greater cooperation on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. The accord – drawn up in London last September and signed in Oslo on March 4 – is exploring opportunities for closer engagement, particularly in the areas of pilot and technician training, possibly hinting at a joint training school for the JSF for U.K. and Norwegian personnel. “Today we are planning to train pilots in [the] United States as we have done with ...

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