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Twenty-nine retired Israeli F-16 fighter jets were sold to a North American company in a major arms deal worth tens of millions of dollars, the Defense Ministry said. The planes were purchased by the company Top Aces, which simulates enemy aircraft in exercises with the United States and Canadian air forces. 8 of the fighter jets were flown to the United States 5 months ago inside a massive Antonov An-124 cargo plane.

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Twenty-nine retired Israeli F-16 fighter jets were sold to a North American company in a major arms deal worth tens of millions of dollars, the Defense Ministry said. The planes were purchased by the company Top Aces, which simulates enemy aircraft in exercises with the United States and Canadian air forces. 8 of the fighter jets were flown to the United States 5 months ago inside a massive Antonov An-124 cargo plane.

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