U.S. to restore Cold War-era base in Iceland with eye towards deploying Russia sub hunters

There is money in the 2018 defense budget to begin restoration of a Cold War-era base in Iceland as the U.S. and NATO race to respond to Russian submarine threats in the region. Specifically, $14.4 million would be spent to refurbish hangars at Naval Air Station Keflavik to accommodate more U.S. Navy P-8 Poseidon reconnaissance aircraft, which […]
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