The New Zealand government is preparing to undertake a sweeping overhaul of the country’s military aviation capabilities, and while some fleet choices have been made, other important investment decisions are still to be addressed. Replacement programs are planned for the transport, surveillance and naval support aircraft types that handle New Zealand’s core aviation roles. This process represents the country’s most extensive military aviation upgrade since the 1960s, says ...

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