South Korean Defense Request To Show Priorities

Credit: A400M: Adrian Schofield
SEOUL, LONDON—The South Korean defense ministry will reveal within a few weeks which are the earliest-priority items in a five-year spending plan that includes development of an air and missile defense system and continued production of land-attack missiles. Importation of large airlifters—almost...

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