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Successful Saudi scud downing in doubt| Boeing admits Pegasus delivery delays | Japan considers strike missile purchase despite pacifist constitution

Americas Boeing has admitted that the planned delivery of the first KC-46 Pegasus tanker aircraft to the US Air Force (USAF) has been postponed. The firm had previously maintained, as recently as last month, that it was confident the tanker could be delivered by the end of the year, after missing the initial delivery deadline […]
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