Bill Boisture

Bill Boisture
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Beechcraft Chief’s LAS Rebuttal 

In his recent Viewpoint, “Not Even Close: The Better Choice for LAS” (AW&ST April 15, p. 58), Fred George identifies “significant differences” between Beechcraft's AT-6 and Embraer's Super Tucano aircraft, both competing for the hotly contested U.S. Air Force (USAF) Light Air Support (LAS) bid. However, his opinion of those differences ignores significant facts and badly misuses others in an attempt to substantiate his view.

VIEWPOINT: Boisture Fires Back On LAS
Bill Boisture is CEO of Beechcraft
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