Boeing is working on minor modifications to its KC-46A refueler design following a major preliminary design review, and the company is focusing on reducing the risk of the integrated design through the use of several laboratories now under construction, says Maj. Gen. Christopher Bogdan, the U.S. Air Force’s KC-46A program executive officer. These design issues are not major, Bogdan says, adding that they are an outgrowth of a lack of familiarity on the part of Boeing Commercial ...
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