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Two to Tango? Argentina Looking Everywhere for New Warplanes

Kfir C2 (click to view full) Argentina’s air force is having a hard time maintaining its core Nesher/”Finger” fighters, even as the Kirchner regime seeks to take control of the Falkland Islands and their potential offshore oil reserves. That led Argentina to search for new fighter options, as the most reliable way of projecting power […]
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Kfir C2(click to view full) Argentina’s air force was recently forced to retire its Mirage 5 “Nesher” fighters, even as the Kirchner regime sought to take control of the Falkland Islands and their potential offshore oil reserves. Th...

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