Kendall Optimistic About OK From Congress For Fighter Cuts

U.S. Air Force F-22s land at Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates, on Feb. 12
Credit: U.S. Air Force
U.S. Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall thinks Congress is more likely this year to accept controversial proposals to retire fleets of Lockheed Martin F-22 Block 20s and Fairchild Republic A-10s to help finance modernization programs. Lawmakers stopped the Air Force last year from divesting both of...
Steve Trimble

Steve covers military aviation, missiles and space for the Aviation Week Network, based in Washington DC.

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