U.K., Japan In Talks On Joint Air-to-Air Missile

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LONDON — The U.K. government is in discussions with Japan over the possible joint development of a new air-to-air missile. The two countries have completed a first round of talks on a cooperative research project on the feasibility of a Joint New Air-to-Air Missile (JNAAM), the U.K. defense ministry...

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