U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) is interested in alternatives to Fairchild Dornier 328 turboprops to support future troop transport missions, Lt. Gen. Jim Slife says.  Since 2011, AFSOC began cornering the global supply of the 328 airframe, which it designated in military colors as the C-146 Wolfhound. But since AFSOC now owns the majority of the world’s supply of the German-made commuter aircraft, it has lost the ability to slip into airports unnoticed as just ...

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