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The U.S. Air Force anticipates delivery of the first “cross-decked” EC-37B Compass Call airborne electronic attack aircraft from L3 Technologies in 2021.
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The two most serious issues are uncommanded refueling boom extensions and the boom operator’s inability to detect when the probe has missed the receiver aircraft’s receptacle and causes damage.
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Sierra Nevada Corp. has offered the first glimpse of its “Freedom Aircraft” prototype, originally conceived for the U.S. Air Force's $16 billion T-X trainer competition.
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The Atlantic I will formally end its 45-year career in October in favor of the Leonardo P-72, a maritime patrol version of the ATR-72-600 turboprop-powered regional airliner.
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Boeing and Turkey on Sept. 21 announced a new level of commitment to help grow that country’s aerospace industry.
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Alessandro Profumo, the new head of Italian aerospace and defense company Leonardo, has ordered a management shake-up.
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