C-130 Upgrade Stalled Once More, This Time By Congress

U.S. lawmakers have stalled the Air Force’s on-again/off-again, multibillion-dollar efforts to field upgraded avionics and navigation systems for its aging C-130s. The improvements to the aircraft’s CNS/ATM (Communication, Navigation, Surveillance And Air Traffic Management) capabilities are needed...

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