BEIJING—Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) is aiming to develop an electronic warfare version of the P-1 maritime patroller, evidently targeting a navy requirement for replacing radio frequency and optical surveillance versions of the Lockheed Martin P-3 Orion.  The company also wants new business from a derivative of the C-2 airlifter, it said in a business plan for the three fiscal years to March 2022. But a new C-2 versions is almost in the bag: in August the defense ministry ...

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