U.S. Navy Chief Says F/A-XX Will Have To Fight For Access

Credit: F/A-XX: Boeing
The next generation of fighter will likely have to acquire access to denied airspace by suppressing enemy air defenses, rather than relying in stealth and speed to avoid detection and engagement, says the U.S. chief of naval operations (CNO). As the Navy begins work on an F/A-XX next-generation...

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