The French Air Force has developed a road map for its Dassault Rafale that could see the fighter serving on the front line until 2070. As well as receiving a next-generation, nuclear-tipped missile in the 2030s, the air force wants to add more conventional weapons, avionics, sensors and connectivity to the Euro-Canard that will help it pave the way for the New Generation Fighter (NGF) being developed with Germany and Spain for the Future Combat Air System (FCAS). The French Navy, operating ...

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