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The Chinese Navy Catches A Break As U.S. Marines Retire Anti-Ship Fighters


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The U.S. Marine Corps expects in October to begin converting a second Japan-based squadron to new F-35B Lightning II stealth fighters.

That’s good news and bad. Good because the two-seat F/A-18D Hornets that Marine All-Weather Fighter-Attack Squadron 242 currently flies are old, tired and lacking in radar-evading qualities. https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidaxe/2020/08/28/the-chinese-navy-catches-a-break-as-us-marines-retire-anti-ship-fighters/#27e306594dfc

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