U.S. Air Force Looks To Take Light-Attack Contenders To Combat

Credit: Sr. Airman Timothy Kirchner/U.S. Air Force
The U.S. Air Force is in the midst of evaluating four off-the-shelf aircraft for the light-attack counterterrorism mission, but already top service officials are considering the next step. The concept of a low-cost, light-attack fleet to fight terrorists in the Middle East has shifted in the past...

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