LONDON—Polish ministers have asked defense procurement officials to accelerate the purchase of a new fighter aircraft and replace Russian-built types in the inventory. The Polish defense ministry announced on Nov. 28 that defense minister Mariusz Blaszczak had urged the accelerated introduction of a new combat aircraft able to operate in the “anti-access and network-centric environments” along with coalition air forces. Blaszczak likely is referring to Warsaw’s ...

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