KUALA LUMPUR—Vietnam is to acquire Insitu ScanEagle surveillance drones, Textron T-6 Texan II trainers and a coast guard cutter from the U.S, according to the top American military officer in the Indo-Pacific region. The aircraft purchases will be the first for Vietnam since the U.S lifted an arms embargo on the communist country in 2016. In a prepared statement to the U.S Senate Armed Services Committee on Feb. 12, the head of the U.S Indo-Pacific Command, Adm. Philip Davidson, said ...


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