Four JSTARS Fly Again After Safety Inspections
The U.S. Air Force has completed safety inspections on four ground surveillance aircraft—almost 25% of the fleet—and the jets have returned to flight, the service says. “Any issues discovered were remedied,” Air Force spokesman Chuck Paone told Aviation Week on Sept. 26. Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski...
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