South Korea Wants Airborne Early Warning, Maritime Patrol Aircraft

Credit: Republic of Korea Air Force
In principle, South Korea has an opportunity to economize by linking requirements for maritime patrollers and airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft. It could choose closely related types for the two roles, saving on support costs. In practice, that is unlikely to happen. The maritime aircraft are...
Bradley Perrett

Bradley Perrett covered China, Japan, South Korea and Australia. He is a Mandarin-speaking Australian.

Kim Minseok

Kim Minseok covers South Korean defense. He has worked as a journalist for South Korean military magazines Military Review and Defense Times. Mr Kim is also a research fellow at the Korea Defense and Security Forum, a think tank.

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