New Sigint Aircraft Arrives In South Korea

Credit: Falcon 2000: Dassault
SEOUL, BEIJING—The South Korean Air Force has received and begun operating at least one signals intelligence (sigint) aircraft based on a Dassault Falcon 2000 business jet. The aircraft and another due for delivery this year may be the first of a large group of replacements for perhaps eight...

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