A company with hopes of winning the U.S. Air Force’s light attack competition, Air Tractor, has filed two bid protests with the Government Accountability Office, pushing back on the request for proposals the service issued for both the Textron AT-6 Wolverine and the Sierra Nevada/Embraer A-29 Super Tucano. Air Tractor partnered with L3Harris to offer its AT-802U single-engine turboprop aircraft. But the aircraft is not outfitted with ejection seats, head of Air Force Materiel Command ...

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