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Japanese F-15s Likely To Need Further Upgrades
October 16, 2012
NAGOYA, Japan — Tight budgets and the rejection of obvious replacements are likely to push Japan to operate its 201 F-15J and F-15JD Eagle fighters for 30 more years, with major upgrades likely necessary. The development of upgrades for new and established users of the Boeing fighter is mitigating...
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