LONDON—Bangladesh is to purchase a third used Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules from Britain as the UK continues selling off the short-fuselage versions of the airlifter. The country has already purchased two former Royal Air Force (RAF) C-130Js, both of which are currently undergoing refurbishment with Marshall Aerospace and Defense in Cambridge, UK. As part of the agreement to buy the second aircraft, Marshall has also been contracted to provide aircraft maintenance, logistics and ...

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