Air Force Aerial Refueling Tanker Contract
Officials announced Boeing as the winner of a $35 billion U.S. Air Force aerial refueling tanker contract. The Air Force had been trying for almost ten years to begin replacing its aerial refueling tanker fleet, which dated back to the 1950s.
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Ashton B. Carter Undersecretary Department of Defense->Acquisition, Technology and Logistics
Michael B. Donley Secretary U.S. Air Force
William J. Lynn III Deputy Secretary Department of Defense
Norton A. Schwartz Chief of Staff U.S. Air Force
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