USAF May Expand Safety Inspections On J-Stars Fleet
After temporarily grounding four of its J-Stars battle management and surveillance aircraft last month over possible safety issues, the U.S. Air Force still has concerns about the quality of Northrop Grumman’s maintenance work and may need to inspect the rest of the fleet. Air Force Materiel Command...
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