No F-16s for Egypt, former Pentagon official says

08/16/2013 | Hill, The

Egypt won't get any of the promised U.S. F-16 fighters now that the Egyptian military is killing civilians and Congress is unlikely to approve such a sale, says Frank Cevasco, former chief of the Pentagon's international programs. "I think [the deal] is dead in the water," Cevasco says. Pentagon press secretary George Little says delaying the F-16 sale is "the right decision at this time."

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