Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Have you checked out Best Fighter for Canada yet?

Erik Gustavsson's Gripen FS2020 rendering.

Just a reminder to everyone that I have started up a new blog site with less emphasis on the Gripen and more emphasis on the other fighters (F-35, Typhoon, Rafale, and Super Hornet), over at

I will still post Gripen related news and views here, but the other site will look at the other fighters, as well as other interesting developments, like the South Korean F-15SE deal.  Some posts will up at both sites while others will only be posted on one.  I still believe that the Gripen is the best choice for Canada, but Saab's exit from the program has encouraged me to take a deeper and less biased look at the other options.

In the meantime, I want to thank everybody for their continued support and comments!  I also encourage anyone to join both Facebook groups:  The Gripen for Canada group and the Best Fighter for Canada group.  That is, if you haven't already...

1 comment:

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