Boeing Seeks New Gains For Hornet

Credit: Royal Australian Air Force
Last November, Boeing’s vice president for F/A-18 programs, Kory Mathews, told a Canadian parliamentary defense committee that defense officials had never asked for, or received, a briefing on the Super Hornet’s low-observable (LO) characteristics. This threw a monkey wrench into Canada’s plans to...

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