Japanese Industry Urges Quick Start Of Fighter Program

Credit: Yu Kuwamoto
At the peak of development, in 1992, Japan employed 340 engineers to create the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) F-2 fighter. A quarter of a century later, most of that talent has retired. If the remaining F-2 veterans are to pass on their experience to younger engineers in the next fighter program...

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