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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to a pilot in the cockpit of a Typhoon fighter jet during a visit to Muscat, Oman on December 21, 2012. British defence giant BAE Systems unveiled on December 21, 2012 a £2.5-billion ($4.1-billion, 3.1-billion-euro) deal to sell 12 Eurofighter Typhoon combat jets and eight Hawk trainer planes to Oman. The deal, which will help sustain thousands of jobs in Britain, is the first major order since BAE Systems failed to merge with European aerospace giant EADS earlier this year, but failed to boost shares in the British company. AFP PHOTO/POOL/Stefan Wermuth (Photo credit should read STEFAN WERMUTH/AFP/Getty Images)
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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to a pilot in the cockpit of a Typhoon fighter jet during a visit to Muscat, Oman on December 21, 2012. British defence giant BAE Systems unveiled on December 21, 2012 a £2.5-billion ($4.1-billion, 3.1-billion-euro) deal to sell 12 Eurofighter Typhoon combat jets and eight Hawk trainer planes to Oman. The deal, which will help sustain thousands of jobs in Britain, is the first major order since BAE Systems failed to merge with European aerospace giant EADS earlier this year, but failed to boost shares in the British company. AFP PHOTO/POOL/Stefan Wermuth (Photo credit should read STEFAN WERMUTH/AFP/Getty Images)
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December 21, 2012
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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to a pilot in the... News Photo 158618677Cockpit,David Cameron - Politician,Diplomacy,Fighter Plane,Greater Masqat,Horizontal,Oman,One Person,People,Persian Gulf Countries,Pilot,Politics,Prime Minister,Talking,Typhoon,UK,VisitPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPBritain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to a pilot in the cockpit of a Typhoon fighter jet during a visit to Muscat, Oman on December 21, 2012. British defence giant BAE Systems unveiled on December 21, 2012 a £2.5-billion ($4.1-billion, 3.1-billion-euro) deal to sell 12 Eurofighter Typhoon combat jets and eight Hawk trainer planes to Oman. The deal, which will help sustain thousands of jobs in Britain, is the first major order since BAE Systems failed to merge with European aerospace giant EADS earlier this year, but failed to boost shares in the British company. AFP PHOTO/POOL/Stefan Wermuth (Photo credit should read STEFAN WERMUTH/AFP/Getty Images)