Emarss Buy Stunted

EMARSS TRUNCATED: The U.S. Army has decided to truncate its planned buy of Enhanced Medium-Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance (Emarss) aircraft, purchasing only the four developmental aircraft already under contract with Boeing. The company is working under a $323 million development contract...

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