Future Close Air Support May Ride On Flying Tank Or Supersonic Swiss Army Knife
Future Close Air Support May Ride on Flying Tank or Supersonic Swiss Army Knife
In this exclusive article, John Doyle explores the A-10 and F-35 and the fly off that will be happening to determine the USAF’s interim Close Air Support capability. It is no doubt that information from this fly off will influence the potential OA-X acquisition. Read more to discover how this procurement has put the United States on the verge of a major capabilities transformation for close air support.
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