South Korea will choose a fighter for its long-running F-X Phase 3 program by June, the agency managing the process tells local media. Negotiations over terms and conditions of the 60-fighter order, such as technology transfer, have “effectively” been completed, an unnamed senior official of the Defense Acquisition Program Agency tells the Yonhap new agency. Now the discussions have proceeded to price. The competitors are Lockheed Martin’s F-35, Boeing’s F-15SE Silent Eagle, and ...
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