U.S. Air Mobility Command officials are still reviewing needs for a revamped plan to improve the avionics of the oldest C-130s in the fleet, according to Rowayne Schatz, director of requirements for the command. The Air Force opted to terminate its longtime, multibillion-dollar effort, led by Boeing, to conduct a full avionics modernization program (AMP) for the C-130. “While it was a great upgrade . . . it was still the same size cargo compartment, the same engines, and basically you ...
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