United Kingdom would suffer if it rejects JSF: Analyst
An analysts stated in 2006 that the British pilots would wing up flying an inferior aircraft that soon would be outmoded if the UK were to make good on its threat not to buy the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). UK policymakers have voiced unhappiness that Americans are not giving the UK advanced technology being developed for the JSF and are also upset that the US might cancel plans to purchase jet engines for the planes from General Electric Co. of Connecticut and Rolls-Royce, a British firm.
Publication Name: Defense Today
MOD: IAVs a key to U.K.'s future defense strategy
The author examines remarks by the U.K.'s Ministry of Defense on the importance of unmanned aerial vehicles for the Royal Navy. Topics include defense spending, military aircraft designs, and munitions to be used by drone aircraft.
Publication Name: Navy News & Undersea Technology
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