Roughly one-fifth of military aircraft operated by the U.S. Defense Department will be equipped for Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Out by the FAA’s January 2020 compliance date, according to numbers released by the Pentagon. The U.S. Air Force, the lead service overseeing implementation, reports that 2,936 manned aircraft will be fitted to signal their position to ground controllers by ADS-B Out as of Jan. 1. The number represents 21.5% of the 13,596 aircraft ...

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