Australia Pays $3.6B For 8 Boeing Poseidon Spy Planes
The money will pay for the aircraft and their attendant support facilities. The Poseidons will replace the Australian Air Force's Lockheed AP-3C Orions, aging propeller planes that have been through four decades of service and upgrades. Australia will supplement the Poseidons with unmanned aerial vehicles.
"The P-8A is a potent and highly versatile aircraft," the...
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