>Lockheed Martin is ramping the F-16 Falcon back into full rate production, planning to build 48 of them per year by 2025
>this is in spite of the fact that all American orders for F-16s ended in 2017 as the US Air Force pivots toward the F-35; all future F-16 production is for export only
How can such an old plane get such a second wind?
Is this basically the end of the line for Gripen/Rafael/JF-17/etc.?