Poland is eyeing a spending bonanza of more than 500 billion Polish zloty ($133 billion) to reequip its armed forces. Western aircraft, armored vehicles and ships are on Warsaw’s shopping list through 2035, as it pledges to end its still heavy reliance on aging Soviet-era kit, almost 30 years after the end of the Cold War. U.S. and local industry are likely to be the big winners, with U.S. Foreign Military Sales already selected for several of the big-ticket programs including the ...

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