KC-135 Looking At Costly Re-skinning

THIN SKIN: Regardless of whether the Pentagon opts to buy a single tanker or split the purchase between Boeing and Northrop Grumman/EADS North America, the U.S. Air Force is expecting a hearty bill ahead to keep the KC-135 flying. Air Mobility Command chief Gem. Arthur Lichte said last week that the...

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