Monday, 29 December 2014

KC-46A tanker program makes first test flight

Boeing and the US Air force have announced the successful first test flight of the KC-46A tanker program. Set to replace the Air Force's aging fleet of KC-135 Stratotankers, the KC-46A is designed to act primarily as an airborne refueling tanker, but can also carry passengers and cargo, or act as a medivac airplane. .. Continue Reading KC-46A tanker program makes first test flight

Section: Military

Tags: Aircraft, Boeing, Flight, KC-46A, US Air Force, Washington

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