Poland has laid out yet another new plan for the modernization of the country’s armed forces, with the aim of spending 524 billion zlotys ($133 billion) on equipment through 2035. Under the new plan, details of which were announced on Oct. 10 by Defense Minister Mariusz Błaszczak, aerospace programs are given a high priority. As well as charging ahead with the purchase of 32 Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighters from the U.S., the plan also calls for additional F-16 Fighting ...

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