A version of this article appears in the September 15 issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology. Sometimes you have to spend money to save money. This has been a theme for the U.S. Air Force’s on-again, off-again desire to replace its air-ground surveillance fleet for years. And this philosophy continues to bolster the service’s newest fleet replacement plan. The discussion started more than a decade ago with a defunct and costly plan to reengine the E-8C Joint Surveillance ...


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