Boeing to craft tanker capability roadmap under first post-production delivery order

May 14, 2019 at 3:17 PM
The Air Force plans to use an expansive, sole-source KC-46 Pegasus post-production contract, worth up to $5.7 billion over 10 years, to craft and implement a roadmap for future tanker capabilities. The sweeping "Pegasus Combat Capability" contract, awarded in late April, is meant to cover sustainment and maintenance needs as well as study and integrate new technology. Air Force spokesman Brian Brackens told Inside Defense May 10 the value of the PC2 ceiling was derived through "a detailed analysis of...

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