26 November 2020

Fear of missing out?

defensenews.com

WASHINGTON — Three top Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee are taking the Air Force to task over a decision to base new C-130Js in Georgia, a move they contend could influence the state’s upcoming Senate runoff races. On Nov. 24, the Air Force selected four Air National Guard bases to receive 24 C-130J cargo planes, including Savannah Air National Guard Base in Georgia. But House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith, D-Wash., raised concerns that the Air Force is “playing [...]