USAF Eyes New Era Of Close Air Support

In the fall of 2001, when the Pentagon issued what would become the largest development contract ever for a combat aircraft for the Lockheed Martin F-35, the close air support (CAS) mission was not at the forefront. But timing played a hand; the 9/11 attacks occurred only weeks before that contract...

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