Belgium To Buy 34 New Fighters

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LONDON – The Belgian government plans to purchase 34 new fighters to replace its aging fleet of F-16 Fighting Falcons. In a cross-party agreement on the country’s defense plan for 2030, Belgium says it will have made “concrete investments” worth €9.2 billion ($10.03 billion) in 34 fighter aircraft...

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