BEIJING, WASHINGTON—The U.S. has approved a possible sale to South Korea of AIM-120D Amraams, foreshadowing introduction into Asia of the latest standard of the Raytheon air-to-air missile. Referring to the weapon by the original name, AIM-120C-8, the U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency said the State Department had authorized possible sale of 120 Amraams of that and the AIM-120C-7 version. No breakdown of numbers between the two versions was given. The AIM-120D has considerably ...

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