TAIPEI. Taiwan—Taiwan’s planned acquisition of 66 Lockheed Martin F-16 Block 70 fighters will give its air force a fairly homogeneous force of more than 200 combat aircraft that will dominate its fighter fleet. The start of deliveries of fighters from the intended order looks likely to dovetail with the tailing off of a program to upgrade Taiwanese F-16 Block 20s to the F-16V standard. That version includes the major systems of the Block 70, notably the Northrop Grumman APG-83 ...

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