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  • ED guy charged - F16 manuals

    https://www.standard.net/news/milita...I-A1HCePZx1EsE

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    I wonder what the legal grounds is for this, i understand the export issue but for fucks sake, they have the manuals for sale on ebay?!!? that should already void any classified information argument

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    • #3
      Does this mean a delay in completing the already delayed F/18C
      Last edited by Kestrel; 05-16-2019, 04:01 PM.

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      • #4
        No idea.

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        • #5
          I can't believe that this won't cause problems for ED. How much is hard to say, but I can see this creating grief for them. I don't think the US can really do much to ED as a whole, as they are a Russian company, but it's possible the US could try to bring some kind of scrutiny on them as a result of this (based upon espionage or who knows what other international concerns or charges). If I had to guess, I would suggest that it's not as much the F16 stuff - particularly if it's the Block C model, as that was sold internationally - but the stuff related to the F22 and other aircraft that are what really got this Oleg guy in trouble.

          But that's all conjecture, because who knows at this point.

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