At one point I thought this had all been put to bed. But now I suspect that, eventually, we’re going to be exporting Raptors.
Air Force Times:
If the laws prohibiting foreign military sales of the F-22 were lifted, the service could begin the standard process of creating a version of the fighter that would not jeopardize U.S. military secrets, an Air Force acquisition official told a Senate panel Tuesday.
“We would go into the process dealing with the State Department policy crowd and the using normal foreign military sales processes,” said Lt. Gen. Mark Shackelford, military deputy in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition.