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AFSOC awaiting ISR AOA results, considering shrinking crews

February 17, 2017 |
Rachel Karas
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Air Force Special Operations Command chief Lt. Gen. Brad Webb said Tuesday the command is exploring its options for replacing the U-28A and MC-12 fleets with platforms that can be used in low- and high-intensity operations in an analysis of alternatives slated to wrap up in July. "We're going to fly those wings off, not literally, but figuratively, in the next few years because we're flying the heck out of them," Webb told Inside the Air Force at a...

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