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F-16 Shoots Down Greece’s $6B Eurofighter Typhoon Order

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After scrapping a EUR 4.9 billion deal with EADS for 60 Eurofighter Typhoon fighters, Greece's center-right government announced that it has decided to buy 30 Lockheed Martin F-16 Block 52+ jets from the U.S. instead, with an option for 10 more. The order would cost approximately EUR 1.1 billion (USD $1.32 billion) based on current prices, and is designed to address the nation's air defense needs over the next 15 years....

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