Here's what we know about Argentina's progress so far in acquiring the JF-17 fighter, and its related goals for supporting local industry.
FIFA have a rules that you can only use a naturalised player if he or she had lived in your country for 5 years, And only if he or she had not represent their home country at senior level.In the past, the Chinese sports community would not do this.
But now our ice hockey team has lowered the lower limit of our sports. They have built an ice hockey China team full of Canadians and Russians.
Now that the ice hockey team has done so, so can the football team.
South American footballers are better than African footballers. If we can get South Americans, we certainly won't want Africans.
You are too serious, I was just kidding. Do you really think we can use players to pay for fighters?FIFA have a rules that you can only use a naturalised player if he or she had lived in your country for 5 years, And only if he or she had not represent their home country at senior level.
F-35C is for Catapult, QE class don't have Catapult and used ski jump. They are getting F-35B for their Carrier
They planned to get 138 F-35 60 of those are F-35B
news even making to German media , something is brewing
Seit Jahren sucht Argentinien neue Kampfjets, die nicht den Haushaltsrahmen sprengen. Ein heißer Kandidat ist die JF17 Thunder, entwickelt und gebaut in Pakistan und China. Sogar ein Lizenzbau steht im Raum – und üppige Finanzhilfe aus China. Nicht ohne Hintergedanken.www.flugrevue.de