Top Aces will apply to import 29 used F-16s to the U.S. after being named as one of seven companies selected to compete for a $6.4 billion U.S. Air Force program for adversary air and close air support services, a company executive says. The U.S. subsidiary of the Canadian firm signed a sales agreement in 2017 with an undisclosed foreign operator to import the F-16s, but a technicality held up consummating the deal. The State Department requires proof, such as a signed contract, of a ...


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