One-Fifth of U.S. Military Aircraft Will be ADS-B Equipped

Roughly one-fifth of military aircraft operated by the U.S. Defense Department will be equipped for automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) Out by the FAA’s January 2020 compliance date, according to numbers released by the Pentagon.The U.S. Air Force, the lead service overseeing...

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