Boeing Hands First E-3A With Glass Cockpit Back To NATO

Credit: NATO E-3A aircraft "N1" arrived in the U.S. in 2013 to receive a digital cockpit upgrade under the CNS/ATM program, and has now flown back to Europe: NATO
Boeing Defense has completed its first major cockpit overhaul of the E-3A airborne early warning and control aircraft and returned it to NATO in Germany for acceptance and eventual operational service, the company says. The military alliance furnished 18 of the radome-mounted Boeing 707-320 aircraft...

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