New U.S. Army Fixed-Wing Program Office Eyes C-12 Replacement

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Stood up only in October, the program office responsible for all the U.S. Army’s fixed-wing aircraft is awaiting Pentagon approval of its requirements document for a future utility aircraft to replace 117 Hawker Beechcraft C-12s operated in a variety of roles. “Once the initial...

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