The great bulk of Southeast Asia’s population lives within a few hundred kilometers of the sea, yet the region’s countries have never put much effort into maritime patrol. Aircraft employed for the purpose usually are adapted propeller transports, none very sophisticated. That is changing—incrementally. SINGAPORE The city-state at the southern end of the South China Sea is not part of the region’s dispute over territorial waters but maintains the most sophisticated ...

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