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The Block III Super Hornet has benefited from a collaborative spiral approach to technology development. New systems are only introduced when they are combat ready and many improved capabiities were first pioneered on the Block II variant. Boeing Image

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Two of Saab's three flying Gripen E test aircraft, 39-9 and 39-10. The test program of four aircraft has accumulated over 150 hours. Saab Photo
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