DISAGREEMENTS ASIDE: Amid a major political rift between Israel and the U.S., the Israeli air force is buying three Lockheed Martin C-130J transport aircraft. Under the $210 million contract, the aircraft will be delivered in 2013-15 and replace three of Israel’s C-130E/Hs, some of which are more than 40 years old.
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