A top Air Force general this week said that the red, white, and blue paint scheme chosen by former President Donald Trump may not be the final selection, Defense One reports.
Lt. Gen. Duke Richardson, the Air Force military deputy for acquisition, said on Tuesday at the annual Air, Space, and Cyber conference held by the Air Force Association that the final decision about the planes’ color will be made nearer to when the planes are set to enter service, noting that supply chain difficulties have caused the rollout to be delayed.
“At some point, when the build proceeds to where it needs to be, Boeing will come to the government and ask for a final decision on the paint,” Richarson said. “Then when that happens, we’ll work that.”
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