COVID-19 Prompts UK RAF 146 Airlifter Aeromedical Role

The aeromedical capability for the RAF Mk.3-model 146s was developed in just two months.
Credit: Tony Osborne
RAF BRIZE NORTON, England—Britain’s Royal Air Force has developed an in-house modification enabling an aeromedical capability for its BAE Systems’ 146 transport aircraft fleet. The capability has been added to the platform in just two months and at no additional cost using off-the-shelf equipment...

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