USAF Wants To Divest Three E-8C J-Stars Next Year

Credit: USAF
Three of the U.S. Air Force’s legacy E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (J-Stars) ground surveillance and battle management planes could be headed to the boneyard next year if the service gets its way. An Air Force spokeswoman confirmed to Aerospace DAILY on Feb. 16 that the service...

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