U.S. Air Force Shelves Nuclear Support Helo Plans
After years of general officers arguing for a more robust helicopter to provide security for nuclear missile fields in the U.S., the Air Force Global Strike Command chief says he has shelved a plan to replace aging Bell UH-1Ns for now. With the funding crunch in Washington, Lt. Gen. James Kowalski...
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