KF-X Struggles With U.S. Technology Policy

Credit: Bradley Perrett/AW&ST
If South Korea cannot acquire key U.S. avionics for the KF-X indigenous fighter, as is likely the case, then Europe and Israel are obvious places to turn to. And if such major systems as radar and electronic warfare equipment must exclude U.S. content, an attractive option opens up: The rest of the...

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