Bids have been submitted to build and operate the aircrew training system for the U.S. Air Force’s KC-46A tanker/transport, which is being competed separately from development and production of the KC-135 replacement. Boeing, CAE and Lockheed Martin all confirm they have submitted bids. FlightSafety International and L-3 Link Training & Simulation, which already operate other aircrew training systems (ATS) for the Air Force, also are expected to have bid. The aircrew and ...


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