Element is sponsoring ‘The Revival of Fourth Generation Fighters’, a webinar hosted by Aviation Week on February 19, 2021 at 10:00 AM EST.
About the event
This webinar, moderated by Jen DiMascio, executive editor, Defense & Space, Aviation Week Network, will cover the evolving dynamics of the fourth-generation fighter market and how these changes will affect the fifth-generation F-35 and future fighter programs. Although the United States and Europe are pushing for the development of new combat and defense aircraft and are awaiting the market arrival of the F-35, demand for fourth-generation fighters still remains high.
Join the panelists as they discuss what these factors in the fourth-gen market mean for the F-35 and future programs.
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