Upgrade Cost Dispute Delays Indonesian F-16 Deliveries

KUALA LUMPUR—A dispute over upgrade costs is delaying deliveries of 24 F-16s that Indonesia agreed to buy from the U.S. in 2012. Only nine have been delivered, according to the Indonesian air force. The aircraft have been upgraded to the Block 52+ standard and designated by Indonesia as F-16ID. One...
Marhalim Abas

Marhalim Abas, based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, covers Southeast Asian defense. He has worked as a journalist specializing in Southeast Asia defense and security since 1994, initially with the New Straits Times newspaper.

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