Inside the Navy - 04/28/2014

By up to two years

Navy May Delay Decision On Platform To Replace Carrier Supply Planes

April 25, 2014 at 10:32 PM
The Navy may delay by up to two years a decision on a platform to replace its aging fleet of C-2 planes that ferry passengers and cargo to and from aircraft carriers, Inside the Navy has learned. The existing fleet of C-2 Greyhound aircraft that now fulfills the carrier onboard delivery (COD) mission will likely last long enough to allow the Navy to put off a decision on its replacement for up to two years, a Navy source told...

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