Another Delay Boeing’s KC-46A aerial refueling tanker program is facing another delay—of at least six months—due to technical and supply chain problems. This one may require the program to be restructured or funding to be cut, either by Congress or the Pentagon. As one Senate aide explains, “Someone will have to be the bad guy.” Boeing was scheduled to deliver 18 KC-46A tankers by August 2017 and has been conducting testing with three aircraft. But refueling ...

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