Japan To Buy At Least 20 More F-35s—Report

BEIJING—Japan will expand its planned fleet of Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightnings by at least 20, possibly forgoing local assembly to economize in buying the next batch, Reuters says. If the decision is confirmed, the additional aircraft presumably will follow into service Japan’s initial batch of 42 F...

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