First Flight for KC-46 Tanker Platform Slips Further

Poorly designed wiring bundles for the U.S. Air Force’s Boeing KC-135 tanker-replacement aircraft have driven program officials to further slip first flight of the Boeing 767-2C aircraft from June to no earlier than the middle of November. Despite the delay, U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. John Thompson...

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