Why U.S. Air Force Just Flew A KC-46 With Only One Pilot

KC-46

Credit: Air Mobility Command
AURORA, Colorado—A Boeing KC-46 took off from its home base in Kansas on Oct. 25 and flew west toward military airspace in Utah in a mission to test a new tactic for the refueler, one that has become controversial since the plan first came to light over the summer. When the tanker crossed into the...

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