Airpower Renewal Fuels Greek Defense Spending Drive

Success for the Rafale in Greece means the aircraft has found success in another NATO country for the first time, continuing a nearly 50-year relationship that started with the sale of the Mirage F1.
Credit: G. Gosset/Dassault Aviation
With contracts for new fighters signed, combat aircraft upgrades in progress and a new fast-jet training system in the pipeline, Greece is hoping it can restore its airpower capability to its former glory. Parliamentary hearings in the run up to the Jan. 25 signing of the €2.5 billion ($3.04 billion...

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