U.S. Army, Elected Officials Clash Over Retirement Of Sherpas

The U.S. Army is at odds with elected officials over the fate of four C-23 Sherpas. While the Army is seeking to stop operation of two of the fixed-wing cargo aircraft in Florida and another two in Texas, the governors of those states and Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) are trying to ensure that they...

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