Lawmakers Turn Spotlight On A-10, C-27 Decisions

Add two more to the list of unpopular aircraft decisions that U.S. lawmakers are grilling Pentagon officials on during fiscal 2013 budget hearings: ending the C-27 transport and reducing the number of A-10 attack aircraft. At a March 20 hearing, Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D...

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