Boeing Pushes Super Hornet As Japan Stops Building Fighters

BEIJING — Boeing is trumpeting industrial opportunities in its bid for Japan’s F-X combat aircraft requirement, a day before the country stops making fighters for the first time in 56 years. Coincidentally or not, proposals for the F-X program were due on Sept. 26, while the last two of 94...

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