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Republic of Korea Requests U.S. Government Terminate KF-16 Upgrade Contract with BAE


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On November 5, 2014, at the request of the Government of the Republic of Korea, the U.S. Government notified BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Service of Rockville, Maryland, that it would terminate for convenience a contract with BAE for initial development and long lead production in support of the Republic of Korea KF-16 fighter aircraft upgrade.  This contract was the first of a two-phase Foreign Military Sales (FMS) procurement for the upgrade of 134 KF-16s.  The U.S. Government will work with BAE to close out the contract.  The full contract announcement can be viewed at

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