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Looking to fill the aggressor requirement for USAF ,USN and possibly NATO customers , private companies investigated the purchase of modified JF-17 Thunder fighters . The US government agreed to the private purchase on condition that a US engine and avionics were fitted,and that no "live" weapons could be carried . The modified jet was known as the A-17 .

 

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