LONDON – The withdrawal of Canada from NATO’s airborne early warning & control (AEW&C) force will result in the alliance’s fleet of E-3s shrinking. Canada’s departure in July for political and economic reasons was a significant moment for the force, explained Air Commodore Paddy Teakle, deputy commander of NATO AEW&C Force Command, speaking at the International Fighter Conference here Nov. 19. Until the country’s flag was lowered at the NATO E-3 ...

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