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Scoop Links: Full Coverage Of The F-16 Purchase

A Series Of Links To Scoop Coverage Of The F16 Purchase Decision

Parliament is currently debating the Government's decision yesterday to purchase 28 F-16s from the US Government on a ten-year-lease at a cost of $362 million. Last year Scoop comprehensively covered the issue. The coverage begins with the US decision to pay Pakistan back for the planes they had already paid for but had now decided to sell to New Zealand.

US Pays Up For New Zealand's New Air Force

NR Letter: Reader Does Not Enjoy Editorial On F16s

Are NZ's New F-16s A Stolen Peace Gate?

F16's A Sweetheart Deal - For What? - Editorial

Scoop Archive: Morris Decision:Prime Minister "Deeply Saddened"

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