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XanderCrews wrote:Of course you are using what the US pays for super Hornets and excluding FMS fees. Of course the Danes aren't buying aircraft in FY2017.
I even mentioned FMS in my last but one reply to maus but did you noticed how he ignored that "detail" in his next reply to me?
It's also funny that maus ignores that Australia signed an acquisition deal (acquisition alone which excludes training and support) with a cost of $2.9 Billion AUD in March 2007 (two thousand seven!) and with the AUD to USD exchange rate at that time this meant that contract valued around $2.2 Billion USD or resuming, in 2007 each Super Hornet cost Australia (again acquisition cost only) more than $91 Million USD - And again this was in 2007 where the Super Hornet production was at a much higher rate than today and discounting inflation rates.