April 10 2012
Japan and the United Kingdom are becoming partners for weapons development, Defense News reports.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda and his British counterpart, David Cameron, reached an agreement on Tuesday, reported the Wall Street Journal.
Sources speculated the cooperation would include mine detection and clearing; nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) suits; and field artillery.
Japan has worked with the U.S. for years on developing defense equipment. However,...
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