Light-Attack Aircraft Contend For Low-Threat Mission

Credit: U.S. Defense Department
The potential market for aircraft that can perform light-attack and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions affordably has attracted several contenders, some from unlikely places. The appeal is their purchase prices of around $10 million and operating costs of about $1,000 per...

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