By John Revill ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland, which last battled a foreign war more than 200 years back and has no discernable opponents, wishes to invest
Switzerland, which last fought a foreign war more than 200 years ago and has no discernable enemies, wants to spend billions on new fighter jets.
The evaluation phase of Switzerland’s ongoing fighter assessment for a new-generation combat aircraft is underway. The current flight trials follow an earlier exercise whereby Swiss ...
Saab has withdrawn its Gripen E fighter jet from flight tests with the Swiss Air Force, stating that Saab's development plan did not mee the Swiss plan.
The German Air Force without F-35s would be hard-pressed to fight alone in a contested air environment.
Switzerland, which last fought a short war in 1847, has struggled to convince its citizens to back a deal for new planes.
In the meantime, the Su-35 might serve a significant role in the Turkish Air Force until it either acquires or builds its own fifth-generation fighter. The Su-35 is a 4.5-generation ...