EVERETT, Washington — The first test aircraft in Boeing’s KC-46A tanker program, which was scheduled to fly in June, is still being prepared for a further round of ground tests as the program deals with numerous issues ranging from faulty seals in the fuel system to integration and software difficulties. "We are targeting the third quarter of this year," for the first flight of the EMD-1 aircraft," said Chuck Johnson, vice president of mobility, C3 networks and ...

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