To Seal F-35 Deal, UAE Must Agree To Protect Sensitive Information

Credit: Photo by Airman Pedro Mota
DUBAI, UAE – Approval of the UAE’s request to buy the F-35 hinges on the Gulf nation agreeing to take steps to protect the network-centric fighter’s sensitive technology and vast data bank of critical information, according to the Pentagon’s top weapons buyer. The F-35 is more supercomputer than...

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