Bulgarian MiG upgrade plan scraps idea of acquiring F-16s

NO F-16s: The Bulgarian government approved a plan Sept. 20 to upgrade the air force's fleet of MiG-29 fighters to meet NATO standards, effectively scrapping a previous plan to acquire F-16s. Bulgaria, a NATO partner country, still intends to meet NATO interoperability requirements, but the defense...

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