Swedish Defense Bill Sets Priorities

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VISBY AIR BASE, Sweden – The Swedish government’s newly issued defense bill adds 10.2 billion Swedish kronor ($1.2 billion) to the overall budget for 2016-20 and identifies a number of priorities for the force, according to air force chief of staff Col. Marcus Bjorkgren. However, the budget also...

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