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13-14; Peter Felstead, "Annual Defence Report 2015: Asia-Pacific," IHS Jane's Defence Weekly, December 9, 2015, pp.
IHS Jane's Defence Weekly quoted Pakistan officials that the NAF finalised its recommendation for the purchase of 2540 JF17s after NAF chief air marshal Adesola Nunayon Amosu visited Pakistan in October.
Indicators "Iran and Turkey are the only two regional operators of the F-4 fighter planes, and with the location of the incident not far from the Iranian border and Turkey's unwillingness to get involved in the conflict militarily, indicators point to this being an Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force aircraft," said Gareth Jennings of IHS Jane's Defence Weekly. Pentagon stand Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby told a news briefing on Tuesday the US was not coordinating its military activities with Iran and added that it was up to the Iraqis to manage Iraqi air space.
Peter Felstead, editor of authoritative military journal Jane's Defence Weekly, said: "What was supposed to happen was that the model would be on the ski ramp of the Queen Elsizabeth and a real F–35 would have .own over the event.
Jane's Defence Weekly said in last April that United Wa State Army (UWSA) has for the first time acquired an armed rotary-wing aviation capability with assistance from China: the latest move in a programme of rapid re-armament.
According to the paper, the news came after an unnamed US official told Jane's Defence Weekly that China's People's Liberation Army tested an intercontinental ballistic missile on July 24 which has the range to strike any city in America.
Paul Beaver, of Jane's Defence Weekly, said some of the 107 men were probably already dead, and with the unknown state of the Russians' rescue equipment time was running out for the others.
As per Jane's Defence Weekly, India will spend $100 bn on defence procurement between 2011 and 2015.
James Hardy, Asia-Pacific Editor of Jane's Defence Weekly, said the decision was "a big win for the Rafale" but warned that a final deal was still far from certain.
"India has ambitions to become first a continental and [then] a regional power," said Rahul Bedi, a South Asia analyst with London-based Jane's Defence Weekly. "To become a big boy, you need to project your power."
Jane's Defence Weekly magazine has confirmed new activities in northeastern North Korea where Pyongyang conducted its second nuclear test in May last year.