Robins AFB could eventually replace Northrop as key JSTARS maintainer after depot pathfinder

By Rachel Cohen / December 12, 2018 at 3:37 PM
The Air Force will consider whether its maintenance crew at Robins Air Force Base, GA, can eventually replace Northrop Grumman as the depot provider for the E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System. As Northrop begins its 19th year as the JSTARS fleet's primary sustainment contractor, blue-suit maintainers are working on the first of three aircraft to come through the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex as part of an organic depot pilot program that began in July. When the pathfinder...

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