Rafale Combat Jet Is Suddenly En Vogue
In the early 1990s, when Dassault Aviation began producing the Rafale combat jet, it expected to crank out as many as three a month for the French Air Force and Navy and prospective export customers. But the end of the Cold War and multiple economic downturns forced a cutback in plans, and export...
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