A version of this article appears in the July 7 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology. The U.K.’s fleet of Tornado fighter bombers is being fitted with an airborne collision-warning system (CWS)—but only five years before they go out of service. Flight tests of the new system are being conducted by BAE Systems, and the Defense Ministry intends to retrofit the whole fleet by year-end. But military flight safety officials say that missed opportunities to equip the ...

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