U.S. Navy’s Advanced Arresting Gear May Face Cancellation

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The U.S. Navy is preparing for possible cancellation of the new system planned to catch incoming aircraft on the decks of its next-generation Gerald R. Ford-class carriers after costs for General Atomics’ Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) more than doubled since 2009. Envisioned to work in tandem with...

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