Three Contenders Remain As Japan Issues F-X RFP

Credit: Japan Self-defense Forces
Sometime this year, a Japanese technician will perform the final piece of work on the last F-2 fighter to leave the Nagoya works of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. With that, Japan's 45 years of post-war fighter production will cease and the progressive loss of skills already under way in systems...

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