LONDON — The U.K. Royal Air Force and the U.S. Air Force are working on a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that will give the U.K. access to tankers equipped with refueling booms to support its fleet of RC-135 Rivet Joint intelligence-gathering aircraft. Officers close to the Airseeker program, which will cover the procurement of three Boeing RC-135W Rivet Joints, tell Aviation Week they hope to have the MOU in place by the end of this year when the first RAF Rivet Joint arrives in the ...
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