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The US Air Force needs to renew soon part of its fleet

Langley, USA - General Ronald Keys claimed preoccupation on the operational status of many USAF warplanes

Micro fractures on some A-10 wings, frayed electrical cables on U-2, worn turbine blade for the B-1 bombers, all these are clear signs of obsolescence. General Ronald Keys, "Air Combat Unit" Commanding officer, expressed worries for the operational status of some key aircraft on duty in his unit. The United States Air Force uses a consistent part of its budget, round the 87%, to maintain a fleet...

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AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency