Thursday, 7 July 2016

Japan to buy 100 new fifth-generation air superiority fighter jets by the 2030s

According to the DailyCaller, Japan is getting ready to buy up to 100 new fighter jets by the 2030s, and may tap U.S. companies to make the new planes. The project could cost $40 billion, making it one of the country’s biggest defense contracts ever.
X-2 Shinshin during its maiden flight (Credit: Wikipedia)

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