Paris Air Show
The MiG-35, designed to replace MiG-29s rounding out their fourth decade in service, was absent from the Paris Air Show.
In September, Japan will become the first international buyer to fly the one-of-a-kind tiltrotor aircraft.
In a classified report, the Air Force estimated it would cost approximately "$50 billion to procure 194 additional F-22s.
An F-35A made history at the Paris Air Show with a demonstration of its ability to square off against any fourth-gen aircraft...