The U.S. Air Force has finally given its newest aerial refueler, Boeing's developmental KC-46, a name. Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh announced Feb. 20 at the Air Force Association's Air Warfare Symposium in Orlando, Fla., that the aircraft will be dubbed the “Pegasus,” after the winged stallion from Greek mythology. The aircraft, however, has yet to fly. The first Boeing 767-2C, a commercial jetliner outfitted with plumbing and wiring for the military refueling modifications, is slated to ...
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