Japan Agrees To $3.6B F-15 JSI Upgrade Cost, Report Says

A rendering of a Japanese F-15 JSI with LRASM on centerline position.
Credit: Boeing
SINGAPORE—The Japanese ministry of defense reportedly has come to an agreement with the relevant U.S. manufacturers and agencies to settle the F-15J/DJ upgrade program at JPY397 billion ($3.6 billion). According to Japanese national news agency NHK, the Japanese Super Interceptor (JSI), as it is...

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