June 2003
Sea Power;Jun2003, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p42
Reports on the removal of the Navy E-6B Mercury airborne command post and strategic communications aircraft into a hangar at the Boeing Aerospace Support Center in Cecil Field, Florida. Modification of the aircraft; Details of the cockpit upgrades; Target date of completion of the aircraft modification.


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