Radical F-22 Derivative Offered To Japan—Report

Credit: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries F-2: U.S. Air Force
SYDNEY—Lockheed Martin has proposed a F-22 derivative with a new wing and great range for Japan’s requirement for a fighter for the 2030s, the Nikkei newspaper said. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) would develop and build the wing, the IHI XF9-1 turbofan would power the twin-engine fighter and...

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