U.S. Imports Dominate Japan Missile Defense And Aircraft Plans

Credit: U.S. Navy
Ballistic-missile defense systems, mainly imported from the U.S., form the largest spending category in the Japanese defense ministry’s budget request for the next fiscal year, which proposes funding for three interception systems. Requested aircraft purchases also are dominated by U.S. products...

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