KC-46 Pegasus has successfully completed its final flight tests

| July 16, 2018

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“This is a significant achievement for the Boeing-Air Force team and continues us on our path to first delivery in October,” said Mike Gibbons, Boeing KC-46A tanker vice president, and program manager. “Great teamwork all around!”

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