Uncertainty Surrounds French Bid To Fill Belgian Fighter Need

Credit: Alexandre Paringaux/Dassault Aviation
France is attempting to draw its neighbor Belgium away from the U.S.-built Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II by offering a defense partnership and a chance to rebuild historic ties. Rather than the long-awaited response to Belgium’s request for government proposals to replace its F-16 Fighting...

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