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Air Force questions DOT&E assessment of KC-46 EMP tests

January 26, 2018 |
Courtney Albon
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The Air Force is working with the Pentagon's top weapons tester to "reconcile" concerns raised this week that KC-46 electromagnetic pulse testing completed last summer may not have met the conditions of the program's test and evaluation master plan. Director of Operational Test and Evaluation Robert Behler said in his 2017 report, released Jan. 24 , that while the Air Force and prime contractor Boeing completed the testing in July in coordination with Naval Air Systems Command, the tests did...

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