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Kawasaki C-2 & P-1 Updates

This is a discussion on Kawasaki C-2 & P-1 Updates within the Air Force & Aviation forum, part of the Global Defense & Military category; Here are some recent pics I picked up from Technical Research Development Institute of the C-2 and P-1 that they ...


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Kawasaki C-2 & P-1 Updates

Here are some recent pics I picked up from Technical Research Development Institute of the C-2 and P-1 that they are testing.
The P-1 was scheduled to be placed into commission this year but was delayed after finding cracks during the maximum structural fatigue tests and Kawasaki is reenforcing the air frame for another test. C-2 is scheduled to be placed into commission in 2014~2015.
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