SYDNEY, SEOUL—The South Korean defense ministry is looking at ordering 20 more Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning aircraft and six units of the F-35B vertical-landing version for operation at sea, national news agency Yonhap reports. The possible acquisition is under consideration and requires more research, Yonhap says, citing anonymous military sources. The additional F-35A order has long been required by the Republic of Korea Air Force, but buying F-35Bs seems never to have gone as ...

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