U.S. and South Korean officials met Tuesday to discuss arrangements for the continued presence of 28,000 U.S. troops and possible changes that may be sought…
The U.S. Defense Department has released photos and video of the four F-22 stealth fighters that flew over South Korea on Wednesday in response to…
The U.S. Congress is likely to continue supporting the F-35 stealth fighter jet, despite a recent setback involving an engine fire, a high-ranking senator said.
The country plans to purchase 40 F-35s for about $6.8 billion, along with four Global Hawk drones for another $800 million-plus.
In a stunning reversal, South Korea opted against Boeing’s F-15SE — the cheapest of the three offers — because of the need for stealth aircraft amid recent provocations by North Korea.
Boeing’s F-15 Silent Eagle is reportedly the only candidate for the more than $7 billion contest after Eurofighter’s Typhoon and Lockheed Martin’s F-35 were eliminated.