By the end of 2014, a NATO Boeing E-3 Sentry will have flown with the first comprehensive flight-deck upgrade since the type began full production in 1976. Engineering and development have gone forward under the joint U.S. Air Force/NATO Diminishing Manufacturing Sources Replacement of Avionics for Global Operations and Navigation (Dragon) program.  In all, some 68 E-3s were built for U.S. and international customers, with production ending in the early 1990s. Of these, the U.S. Air ...

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