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Japan Revives Hope For Local Missiles On Upgraded F-15s

Credit: AAM-4: Niranira
The Ministry of Defense in Tokyo has revived the possibility of the Mitsubishi Electric AAM-4B air-to-air missile equipping Boeing F-15s slated for upgrading.

 

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