The U.S. Air Force wants to purchase up to five new Bombardier Global 6000 business jets, designated as E-11s. The aircraft would be equipped with the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node, or BACN, to increase communication coverage for deployed ground troops. Aircraft would be delivered to the BACN program office. The Air Force’s Aerial Networks Division, within the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, requires up to five aircraft, one per year, according to a Sources Sought ...

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