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  • He says that "although the Eurofighter is an important and necessary asset in the German Armed Forces, one cannot draw a requirement of 180 aircraft based on today's missions conducted by the Bundeswehr and other nations."

    The legacy of Mr Heseltine

  • The aircraft, originally called the Eurofighter in a joint project with Germany, Italy and Spain, was conceived in the cold war when the Ministry of Defence ordered 232.

    RAF Typhoon jets draw MPs' flak over £20bn price tag

  • European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co. and BAE Systems PLC are the other shareholders in Eurofighter, which is offering its Typhoon aircraft for the order.

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  • The Typhoon, originally called the Eurofighter and conceived in the 1980s to attack Soviet planes in the skies of northern Europe, has ballooned into a £37bn project.

    RAF forced to cut training hours for pilots on new Typhoon jet

  • The Eurofighter is a great bit of kit looking for a problem to solve; the Afghan (and Iraqi) experience has shown that modern, asymmetric warfare makes far better use of UAVs of various shapes and sizes and this is undoubtedly something that's going to continue.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • The Eurofighter is a program of Britain, Germany, Italy and Spain.

    India Fighter-Jet Deal Moves Ahead

  • Only yesterday, we read in The Telegraph a puff for the RAF's latest and most expensive "toy", the £80 million Eurofighter, which is being converted from an air superiority fighter to a ground attack aircraft for use in Afghanistan.

    The road to defeat

  • Without spending too much time on this, one can certainly agree that the Eurofighter is a Cold War project, but we are committed to it and there is little that can be done other than cancelling Tranche 3.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • The Eurofighter is a project involving Britain, Germany, Italy and Spain.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Enter the Eurofighter, which is not as advanced as the F-22 or F-35 - known as fifth-generation fighters- but is already in service.

    The Seattle Times

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