The U.S. Federal Claims Court has ruled that the U.S. Air Force rightly allowed Sierra Nevada and Embraer to continue work on the first 20 A-29 Super Tucanos for the Light Air Support (LAS) program, despite protests by losing bidder Beechcraft. The decision clears the way for the winning team to continue pushing to deliver aircraft for use in Afghanistan next year. Beechcraft, which emerged from bankruptcy earlier this year, protested its February loss of the $427.5 million LAS ...


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