Thailand Wants Full Access To Next Fighter’s Core Software

Credit: F-16: Lockheed Martin
KUALA LUMPUR—Thailand wants full access to the core software of the fighters it plans to buy in 3-5 years to replace some Lockheed Martin F-16s. The policy could become a key influence on the choice of fighter because it wants the ability to independently develop, modify and add equipment, sensors...

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