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New homegrown technology will allow Brazilian Air Force aircraft to exchange data in flight

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian Air Force (FAB) is making progress in developing, manufacturing, and integrating its new data link system within the framework of the Link-BR2 Project.

Between the end of November and December, a series of meetings took place between the FAB and companies involved in the project and the start of the second phase of flight tests of the integrated systems on F-5 Tiger fighter-bombers.

As stated in its official presentation, in October 2020, the Link-BR2 Project "will allow the FAB to communicate in real-time between air vectors and command and . . .

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