U.S. Navy Develops Ship Modifications, Control Stations For Cbars

The U.S. Navy has already started working on ship changes and control station adaptations for the Carrier Based Aerial Refueling System (Cbars), according to a recent U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) report. “As part of the carrier segment, the Navy has begun to develop modifications to...

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