NEW DELHI — India’s indigenous Airborne Early Warning & Control System (AEW&C), which is being built on a modified Embraer EMB-145 aircraft in Brazil, made its first flight Dec. 6. “[India’s] first fully modified aircraft for indigenously developed AEW&C took to [the] skies Tuesday, as part of its first flight in Embraer facilities at Sao Jose dos Campos in Brazil, with about 1,000 mission system components provided by [the Defense Research Development Organization’s] Center ...

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