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Strategic Command Fact Sheet: E-6B Airborne Command Post (ABNCP)," at [http://www.stratcom.mil/fact_sheets]; United States Navy, "U.S.
Test and evaluation of major aircraft modifications have included the P-3 Updates I, II and III; E-2/C-2 T56A-427 engine upgrade; E-6B airborne command post modification; and the T-34 Naval Aircraft Collision Warning System.
We were returning to Offutt AFB, flying a typical February weather divert in support of the Airborne Command Post mission.
Over the years, the Air Force has pressed the jet into service as an airborne command post, to do reconnaissance work and to help with a score of humanitarian operations.
A separate section of the cabin is equipped as an airborne command post with a back-projection large-screen display capable of showing the tactical situation to a command staff.
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