Romania to Get Ex-Israeli F-16s

Fiszer, Michal
February 2006
Journal of Electronic Defense;Feb2006, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Romania has decided to purchase some 24 ex-Israeli F-16A/B aircraft to replace some of its MiG-21 Lancers. Its F-16A/B has been declared surplus after Israel decided to introduce the F-16I Sufa into service with its air force. The F-16s have been checked for fatigue damage and will be overhauled. Elbit Systems Ltd. has offered a modernization package for the F-16A/B aircraft.


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