Japan Plans Aegis Ashore, Standoff Missiles, Maybe F-35Bs

Credit: Kongsberg
Every five years Japan sets out what it calls a mid-term defense program. The next one, covering the five fiscal years beginning April 2019, will bring radical changes to the country’s military posture, mostly in response to the threat from North Korea.Aegis Ashore is coming to Japan, relieving the...

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