Japan is aggressively promoting its amphibious US-2 to India as the Indian navy prepares to issue a request for proposals for an unspecified number of search-and-rescue (SAR) aircraft. India and Japan already have established a working group to study the possible export of the US-2, used by the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force. On Oct. 11, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe discussed a possible purchase during a meeting on the sidelines of ...

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