South Korea Looking At Acquiring Surplus U.S. F-16s, Report Says

South Korea is reportedly looking at acquiring 20-60 used Lockheed Martin F-16s from the U.S. to use as gap fillers while it awaits the delivery of fighters to replace worn-out F-4s and F-5s. The proposal follows the decision of the country’s Defense Acquisition Program Agency on March 23 to order...

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