A version of this article appears in the July 7 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology. Late last year, Lockheed Martin was still showing a chart to potential industrial partners that depicted all the so-called fourth-generation fighters going out of production well before 2020 and leaving the F-35 with a Western-world monopoly. That script is not playing out as written. Within the past few months, the Saab JAS 39E program has been underpinned by Brazil, whose initial order of 36 ...
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