The British government has ordered five Boeing E-7 aircraft worth $1.98 billion to replace its fleet of six E-3D AWACS aircraft, two of which are “long-term unserviceable.” An E-7A operated by the RAAF is seen here refueling from an Airbus A330 tanker. (RAAF photo)

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