Tempest can go from a grp mockup to a flying aircraft rapidly.
1 who will foot the bill
2 we could end up with the problem the Canucks have in that Uncle Sam can make it the wrong choice for us.
"Sorry b*tches, you only get to play with AirspaceAware6G if it's installed in a US aircraft maintained in US facilities."
In the UK? There's a reason for that.Pass, don't care.
BAe don't have a flying aircraft.
He's just plain wrong, unsurprisingly. Brokering covered under Under ITAR Part 129Be careful you don't confuse ITAR with "need permission to re-export an item built under license". They're not quite the same thing...
Top scam it is but peeps think they're our bezzers in business as well.ITAR, with todays global business networks, has turned into a way for US companies to make money or stop others using their kit. Some of the tenuous links that they have used to prevent "foreign companies" from employing US military nuts and bolts (in some cases, literally) it has made it very difficult at times to do business