CSAR-X DELAYS: For the past several months, Air Force officials have been chomping at the bit as Pentagon acquisition officials held up various portions of the Combat, Search and Rescue Replacement (CSAR-X) helicopter. But now, the Defense Department says that it's the Air Force that's asking for the latest delay, pushing back acquisition reviews until later this fall. The reason, the Air Force says, is to collect more data. But industry says there's a growing concern that the service is ...
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