F-21 Fighter Jet Debate Heats-Up; Is US Fooling India by Re-Branding F-16’s as F-21?

F-21 Fighter Jet, which is being offered by US aerospace company Lockheed Martin is being hotly discussed in the India Media. Lockheed Martin has promised to sell its F-21 fighter jets exclusively to India and assured it will not be sold to any other country.

Lockheed Martin has assured India that it will not sell the F-21 fighter jet to any other country if New Delhi places an order for 114 jets, a move which is being seen to jump ahead of the US, European and Russian opponents.

Vivek Lall from Lockheed Martin said if his company wins the Indian Air Force (IAF) contract for F-21 Fighter Jets, India will be integrated into the company’s global fighter ecosystem, which is a $165 billion market. Read More

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