USAF Pushing Procurement Reform Amid Tough Fiscal Environment

A decade ago, things looked bright for the U.S. Air Force. The service was working on a lease of aircraft to replace its aging KC-135 tanker fleet, precision airstrikes garnered attention supporting special operators newly arrived in Afghanistan, and the Pentagon chose a contractor to build the F-35...

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