USAF Seeks New Wave Of Aircraft Divestments In Fiscal 2022

AGM-183A ARRW concept
Credit: Lockheed Martin
The U.S. Air Force will ask Congress to retire hundreds of aircraft in fiscal 2022, including 137 fighters, to help pay for a proposed jump in research and development spending, according to the service’s budget materials obtained by Aviation Week. The Air Force’s $156.3 billion budget request for...

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