Upsized Radar For J-Stars Teased By Boeing

Credit: Boeing's 737-based J-Stars platform: Boeing
Boeing’s 737-based offer for the U.S. Air Force’s $6.9 billion J-Stars Recapitalization program includes provisions for a larger, more powerful single or dual-sided radar. The company has proposed the 737-700 Boeing Business Jet with stronger 737-800 wings as its replacement for the E-8C Joint...

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