U.S. Greenlights Two Potential Amraam Sales To UK, Denmark

F-22 fires AIM-9X

F-22 fires AIM-9X missile like the one used to down a Chinese balloon off the South Carolina coast.

Credit: USAF
The U.S. State Department cleared two potential sales to the United Kingdom and Denmark for Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles (Amraams). The possible foreign military sale (FMS) to the Royal Air Force is for up to 200 Raytheon-built AIM-120D Amraams for an estimated cost of $650 million. The...

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