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https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/boeing-can-fix-flawed-44-billion-tanker-air-force-chief-says-1.1425095

(Bloomberg)
The Air Force’s top military officer says he’s convinced that Boeing finally has
a solid plan to fix the flawed refueling system that has bedeviled its $44 billion
aerial refueling tanker program.

“There were some engineering design flaws”
in the original Remote Vision System for the KC-46 tanker that have
“taken us far too long to resolve,” General David Goldfein said in an interview.
“But now I’m as confident as I ever have been that we have good, solid science
and engineering behind the fix.”

Boeing agreed this month to complete a major overhaul at its cost to replace
the 3D cameras that feed a console where an airman guides a refueling boom
during the midair minuet to connect with another plane. The 33 tankers that
have already been delivered with the flawed system will need to be retrofitted.

“There are camera systems flying out there today that work,
so I have high confidence that the design has got high, high probability
of working,” Goldfein said. “It’s the design we’ve been asking for,
quite frankly, for some time.”

Flight tests with the redesigned system are projected in 2022, with the
improvements retrofitted on tankers already delivered in about July 2023,
Jamie Burgess, Boeing’s vice president and program managers for tankers,
told reporters this month.
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