Japan Considers Naval Intelligence Aircraft For 2019-23

TOKYO—The Japanese defense ministry has penciled in the acquisition of naval intelligence-gathering aircraft for the five-year defense program that will begin next year. Existing and modified types could be considered for the role. The ministry’s Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency (ATLA)...

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