The Iraqi Air Force has a three-phase, 11-year improvement plan, including plans to buy T-6 trainers and eventually a few dozen multirole Lockheed Martin F-16s by the middle of next decade, while the navy there is looking for offshore patrol boats, military officials said near Washington this morning. But the war-torn Middle East country is increasingly facing a budget squeeze of its own, they also said. “Right now, budget is the No. 1 driver impacting our way forward,” said U.S. ...

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