U.S. Studying How To Backfill Polish Fleet If MiG-29s Go To Ukraine

A Polish Air Force MiG-29 flies with a U.S. Air Force F-16 during a 2005 exercise in Poland.
Credit: U.S. Air Force
The U.S government is looking at how it could backfill the fighter fleet of Poland should that nation donate its aircraft to Ukraine to help that nation fight off Russia, though it is not clear that Poland wants to make that decision. Following a virtual meeting between Ukrainian President Volodymyr...

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