The single-engine aircraft that Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) is proposing for the South Korean KF-X indigenous fighter program would be as effective in combat as the big twin proposed by the Agency for Defense Development (ADD), KAI says. Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Airbus Defense and Space have reviewed the KAI and ADD designs and found that both meet the air force’s specification, KAI says in the March issue of its company magazine. Lockheed Martin is expected to support the ...
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