Israel Mulls Gap-Filler for JSF Delay

Changes in the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program are forcing Israel to consider buying a squadron of used F-15Es or F-16s as a gap-filler, although such a move is not uniformly supported by the country's military. Israel has pledged to acquire 20 F-35As under a $2.75 billion contract, the first of...

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