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Why Canada Buying Old Australian F-18s Is A Bad Idea
With its own CF-18s the Canadian version of the U.S. F/A-18 Hornet becoming too old to fly, and mired for years in a politically-charged search for a new fighter jet, Canada has turned to the aviation second-hand store. It is buying twenty-five used Royal Australian Air Force F/A-18s, of which eighteen will be used for operations while the other seven will be used for testing and spare parts. The planes will supplement the existing CF-18 fleet.
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