The plot is thickening once again as the U.S. Air Force continues its troubled quest to field a Light Air Support (LAS) aircraft for use in Afghanistan. Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer and U.S. aerospace giant Boeing have joined forces to provide a combined A-29 Super Tucano offering to the Air Force for its next round of bidding on the program. The partnership is an expansion of the collaboration announced last month on Embraer's KC-390 program, including technical ...

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