It isn’t always easy to identify pressing national military aviation requirements. Most countries struggle with the usual budget limitations and a broad array of fleet replacement and new aircraft needs. But in the case of Singapore, there is a very interesting capability gap that implies a significant short-term requirement. There are fewer than six million Singaporean citizens, crammed onto an island measuring roughly 20 X 10 mi., but as a world military aviation power, Singapore ...

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