Indonesia Finally Signs Contract for Su-35s Indonesia has committed to taking 11 Sukhoi Su-35 Flankers, four years after selecting the Russian aircraft to replace its fleet of F-5 fighters. The contract was signed in Jakarta on Feb. 14. The first two aircraft are expected this October, Indonesian Defense Ministry spokesman Brig. Gen. Totok Sugiharto says. They will have full combat capability, including missiles and other ordnance. After his promotion on Jan. 17, Indonesian Air Force ...

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