WORKING ON IT: Touting its American bona fides and striving to appear responsive to its customers’ needs, Sierra Nevada said Feb. 15 it is “exploring ways” to mitigate expected delays in meeting the April 2013 delivery schedule for the first aircraft under the U.S. Air Force’s embattled Light Air Support (LAS) contract. Rival Hawker Beechcraft has mounted a legal and public relations campaign to undo the USAF award to Sierra and Embraer, whose work was stopped last month under a subsequent ...
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