The international debut of the U.S. F-35 Lockheed Martin Joint Strike Fighter in the U.K. this month could obscure a formal agreement between London and Paris to begin work on its potential replacement. In January, when France and the U.K. signaled plans to cooperate on a €200-million ($374 million) concept study for an unmanned future combat air system (FCAS), Europe’s two biggest defense spenders said a memorandum of understanding could follow at the Farnborough International ...

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