June 23 2011
Norway has decided to buy an initial batch of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters for training missions, reports Lockheed Martin, builder of the F-35.
Norwegian lawmakers approved the decision last week, but the news was officially revealed this week at the Paris Air Show.
The initial four aircraft are scheduled to be delivered to a U.S. international training center in 2016, said Lockheed.
Oslo expects to buy up to 48 F-35s to replace its aging F-16s, which are scheduled to be...
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