South Korea’s FA-50 To Succeed Poland’s Soviet-Era Combat Aircraft

South Korea’s Black Eagles aerobatic team
South Korea’s Black Eagles aerobatic team has been flying the flag for the nation’s defense industry and the T-50 aircraft family with displays in Europe during July. The team will visit more countries on their journey home.
Credit: Tony Osborne/AW&ST
Poland has turned to South Korea to help it quickly modernize its armed forces in the face of Russia’s invasion of neighboring Ukraine. Agreements between Warsaw and Seoul signed July 27 pave the way for the purchase of dozens of aircraft and hundreds of main battle tanks and self-propelled...

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