BEIJING, KUALA LUMPUR—Singapore is likely to field at least five maritime patrollers in the early 2020s, markedly raising its ability to deal with submarines at a distance while also bolstering ocean surveillance capacity. The aircraft will replace five Fokker 50 Enforcers acquired in the early 1990s, said sources with insight into the requirement. A supplementary force of unmanned aircraft for maritime patrol is also under consideration. Likely contenders for the manned requirement ...

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