DSCA ANNOUNCES SALE POSSIBLE SOUTH KOREA 60 F-35A AIRCRAFT FOR 10.8 BILLION

DSCA ANNOUNCES SALE POSSIBLE SOUTH KOREA 60 F-35A AIRCRAFT FOR 10.8 BILLION
March 29 The Agency for Defense Security Cooperation (DSCA) notified Congress of a possible sale of South Korea F-60 aircraft with 35 ordinary takeoff and landing (CTOL), associated equipment, parts, training and tech support costs estimated 10.8 billion dollars.
 
The Government of the Republic of Korea requested the feasibility of F-60 fighters 35 Joint Strike Fighter, also 9 spare engines Pratt & Whitney F-135 and various equipment.

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