South Korea finalizes agreement for BAE Systems to perform F-16 upgrades The Republic of Korea has finalized an agreement with the U.S. government for BAE Systems to perform upgrades and systems integration for its fleet of more than 130 F-16 aircraft. The company will now begin the first phase of the work under contract through the U.S. Department of Defense’s Foreign Military Sales program. The work to upgrade the KF-16 fleet will be performed primarily at BAE Systems’ facility in Fort Worth, Texas. Other company sites in Florida, New York, California, and Virginia will also be involved. BAE Systems expects to hire approximately 300 employees to help support the program.
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