Aerospace firms square off in competition to replace Canada's fighter jets
from Toronto Star
The competition to replace Canada's fleet of aging CF-18 fighter jets played out at an Ottawa trade show, with boasts, bravado and a little sky-high trash talk. While Ottawa has yet to signal whether that there will be an open competition, that didn't stop officials with Lockheed Martin, Boeing and the Eurofighter consortium from making the case that their fighters would be the best pick for the Royal Canadian Air Force.
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