Military has no documents about fighter jet 'capability gap,' a claim used to justify aircraft purchase
from National Post
Neither Canada’s top soldier nor the commander of the air force had or produced any records about a fighter jet “capability gap” in the year leading up to the Liberal government’s announcement that such a critical issue had to be dealt with by spending billions to buy aircraft. Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan used the capability gap argument in November 2016 to justify a $5 billion program to buy new Super Hornet jets, a deal since scuttled, and later a $500 million program to purchase used F-18 planes from Australia.
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