Lawmakers are supporting an effort to terminate a multibillion-dollar effort to replace the U.S. Air Force’s aging battle management command and control fleet, opening the door to expedite development of a long-planned battle management architecture that no longer depends on one aircraft. But Congress is not ready to relinquish its existing Boeing battle management aircraft quickly. An agreement between House and Senate negotiators on a fiscal 2019 defense policy bill requires the ...

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