J-Stars Fuselage Could Last Longer Than Expected

Credit: E-8C: Northrop Grumman

ORLANDO, Florida—Even as the U.S. Air Force looks to accelerate procurement of a next-generation ground surveillance and battle management fleet, a new engineering study shows the fuselage of the existing J-Stars aircraft has well more than a decade of service life left. “We got some good news from...

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