MDA Wants Used G550s To Replace 1970s HALO Fleet
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA) is in the market for two secondhand Gulfstream G550 business jets to replace its 1970s-vintage Gulfstream IIB test observation platforms. The agency’s unusual-looking Gulfstream-based High-Altitude Observatory (HALO) aircraft are supported by L3 Aeromet in Tulsa...
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