As soon as South Korea’s KF-X indigenous fighter was proposed last decade, the aerospace industry assumed that, if it were launched, Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) would develop it and the type would follow a two-engine design of the defense ministry’s technology agency. Both assumptions have been challenged over the past two years. But now both are confirmed, though full-scale development is still not approved. The defense ministry has chosen KAI as preferred bidder for the ...

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