U.K. To Invest £1.1 Billion In Military Flight Training

LONDON – The U.K. defense ministry will spend £1.1 billion ($1.58 billion) on the modernization of fixed-wing flying training for the country’s three armed services. Contracts announced Feb. 2 cover the purchase of 38 new training aircraft and the cost of running the Elementary Flying Training...

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