Three-fourths of the way through a legislative gauntlet, the prospects for a Boeing F-15 production revival for the U.S. Air Force—and a continued spike in interest globally for nonstealthy fighters—appear strong.  As of early June, three of the four congressional oversight committees on defense spending have endorsed the Air Force’s F-15EX acquisition plan, albeit with mild reservations in one case. The lone holdout is the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on ...


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