U.K. To Buy 138 F-35s, Will Boost Fighter Squadrons

LONDON – The U.K. has committed to buy its full complement of 138 F-35 Joint Strike Fighters and will also boost the number of front-line fighter squadrons as part of a £12 billion ($18 billion) increase in spending on defense equipment over the next decade. The U.K. now plans to spend £178 billion...

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