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C-27 Gone For Good Reason
April 09, 2012
The reader who found the demise of the C-27 in the U.S. Air Force fleet “simply outrageous” misses the point (AW&ST March 15, p. 8). USAF moved away from the aircraft because it offered no unique capabilities to the existing fleet, and strategic and budgetary changes made buying a private-theater...
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