UK, Italy, Japan Companies Eye Novel Sensor Mix for GCAP Warplane

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ROME — As the trinational Global Combat Air Program fighter program accelerates, partners JapanItaly and the U.K. are planning to define the sensor hardware to go onboard the jet by mid-2025 and form a new industrial joint venture to divide up work share, a senior official has told Defense News.

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