Malaysia has shifted its ambitions for fighter reequipment to seeking additional, secondhand Boeing F/A-18 Hornets, putting off fulfilling a long-standing requirement for advanced new aircraft until the 2020s. But replacements for jet trainers, to be bought in a separate program, must have high performance, says a Malaysian official.  The Korea Aerospace Industries T-50 is an obvious candidate trainer. For the now-defunct fighter requirement, Malaysia considered the Eurofighter ...

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