Malaysia Secondhand Aircraft Acquisition In Doubt

Credit: MiG-29: Krasimir Grozev
KUALA LUMPUR—Malaysia's plans to get used fighter jets and maritime patrollers for its air force are looking doubtful as the service claims ignorance over the deals. Although plans for such acquisitions have been widely reported in the media, the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) has not been...

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