U.S. Navy Having Trouble Meeting Aircraft Demand

The U.S. Navy is struggling to meet traditional service readiness needs for aerial missions, says Capt. Randy Stearns, commodore for the Strike Fighter Wing Atlantic. Problems include many F/A-18 Hornets parked in depots, delays in F-35 deployments and Super Hornets taking over fleet air operations...

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