U.S. Air Force Exposes Two New KC-46 Deficiencies

U.S. Air Force Boeing C-46A
Credit: Boeing/Paul Weatherman
The U.S. Air Force has discovered two new Category 1 deficiencies for the KC-46A—cracks in air-refueling receptacle drain-line tubes, and flight management system (FMS) instability. The KC-46A program office identified the two new deficiencies in a product-quality report in May, Air Force spokesman...

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