The Royal Air Force’s attempt to develop a ‘loyal wingman’ for its next-gen Tempest fighter with Project Mosquito has been canceled at the design phase, as the Ministry of Defence believes that smaller, less costly solutions will do the job more cost-effectively. (BAE image)

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