Hinote: What USAF Wants To See With Japan’s F-X

Japanese F-X fighter concept
F-X concept
Credit: Japanese Ministry of Defense
The U.S. Air Force wants to help the Japan Air Self-Defense Force with the development of its F-X fighter, to ensure it can be an active part of an effective defense network to protect against China. USAF Lt. Gen. Clint Hinote, the deputy chief of staff for strategy, integration and requirements...

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