Beechcraft appears close to its first significant fleet order for the AT-6C Texan II attack aircraft. The Department of Defense last week confirmed State Department approval for the potential sale of 24 of the aircraft to Iraq. The sale would include spares, support and training for a total potential value of $790 million. Delivery of the aircraft would occur over three years. Beechcraft had developed the attack aircraft as a potential candidate for the U.S. Air Force’s Light Air ...
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