November 28, 2015 12:01 IST

Philippine's first FA-50 fighters jets

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The FA-50 fighter planes are the first of 12 aircrafts to be delivered that the Philippines acquired from South Korea under a commercial deal worth 18 billion pesos ($381 million) to boost Manila's maritime security capability, according to local media. Credit: Reuters
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The FA-50 fighter planes are the first of 12 aircrafts to be delivered that the Philippines acquired from South Korea under a commercial deal worth 18 billion pesos ($381 million) to boost Manila's maritime security capability, according to local media. Credit: Reuters
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The FA-50 fighter planes are the first of 12 aircrafts to be delivered that the Philippines acquired from South Korea under a commercial deal worth 18 billion pesos ($381 million) to boost Manila's maritime security capability, according to local media. Credit: Reuters
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The FA-50 fighter planes are the first of 12 aircrafts to be delivered that the Philippines acquired from South Korea under a commercial deal worth 18 billion pesos ($381 million) to boost Manila's maritime security capability, according to local media. Credit: Reuters
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The FA-50 fighter planes are the first of 12 aircrafts to be delivered that the Philippines acquired from South Korea under a commercial deal worth 18 billion pesos ($381 million) to boost Manila's maritime security capability, according to local media. Credit: Reuters