RAF FAIRFORD, England—Sweden is partnering with Britain to help support the development of technology needed for future fighter aircraft. The two countries have a signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that paves the way for joint studies firming up mutual requirements and establishing the industrial base for a potential future acquisition program. The move comes almost exactly a year after the publication of the UK’s Combat Air Strategy and the grand reveal of the concept ...

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