An advanced electronics and signals intelligence-gathering (elint/sigint) derivative of Bombardier’s Global 6000 business jet has broken cover in the UK. An aircraft enthusiast filmed the radically modified aircraft being towed at Cambridge Airport near London on April 27 as it emerged from the hangars of maintenance, repair and overhaul company Marshall Aerospace and Defense. This is thought to be the first of two aircraft in this configuration. They arrived in Cambridge as green ...

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