With A-10 End In Sight, U.S. And Allies Eye Light-Attack Fleet

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As the U.S. Air Force mulls the future of close-in warfare, interest is mounting in a potential new fleet of low-cost, light-attack aircraft the U.S. and international allies could use to fight terrorists in the Middle East.Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein tells Aviation Week he will...

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