Britain’s Royal Air Force (RAF) may soon be taking delivery of its last Eurofighter Typhoon, but the Euro-Canard is still getting a boost in capabilities. Eight months after formally declaring Project Centurion—the name given to the RAF’s up-arming of the fighter with additional air-to-ground and long-range air-to-air weaponry—operational, a new round of upgrades is being tested for the UK fleet of Tranche 2 and 3 jets. “We have done the big leap,” ...


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