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Airmen are using Velcro to fix the emergency doors on the Air Force’s problem-prone new tanker
Boeing's got some more 'splainin to do
A fighter pilot breaks down one of his most dangerous tasks: aerial refueling
Although I had only been in the air for 20 minutes, I was exhausted from the amount of focus it took.
‘There are profound problems with the system’ — the Air Force’s desperately-needed tanker replacement is still years away
The Boeing KC-46 Pegasus is designed to replace the aging KC-135 Stratotanker, but a problem with the new plane’s design will prevent it from doing so until 2023 or 2024.
More problems with Air Force’s new tanker could put the squeeze on the Pentagon’s refueling capabilities, TRANSCOM chief says
Protracted delays on Boeing's new KC-46 tanker could leave the Pentagon with a shortage of refueling capacity, the head of U.S. Transportation Command warned on Tuesday
US Will Stop Refueling Saudi Aircraft Taking Part In Yemen Airstrikes
The Pentagon is halting refueling of warplanes from the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen, U.S. and Saudi officials have announced,...
The Air Force Is Done Testing Its Next-Generation Tanker
A multi-billion dollar next-generation aerial tanker program managed at Wright-Patterson has completed mid-air refueling tests and awaits the Pentagon’s approval...