Podcast: Critical Care episode 2 - Delivering a tailored approach to aircraft sustainment
Welcome to Shephard Studio’s Critical Care podcast series, sponsored by our partner Collins Aerospace.
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To effectively sustain their aviation fleets, militaries must embrace a range of different strategies. Understanding such approaches is crucial, ensuring force readiness for future threats.
In this episode of our new podcast series, we look more closely at the benefits of these approaches, examining the key lifecycle cost considerations and hear how upgrades can help avoid obsolescence.
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