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The Air Force is offering a $2,500 rebate to buyers of a 2019 Boeing 737 Max at least two years after delivery, according to a news release issued by the service on Tuesday.

The rebate is valid for both new and existing aircraft, but can be used on any airplane, not just those made in 2019.

The air force has been working to get its 737 Max to market, and a spokesperson for the service said in a statement that it is working with Boeing to determine the exact rebate amount for 2019.

“As part of the Air Force’s efforts to achieve a world-class, sustainable, and sustainable air force, the Air Marshal has offered a rebate of $2.50 for 2019 Boeing MAX jets,” the service wrote.

The Air Force has been trying to sell the new 737 Max as a way to reduce the military’s reliance on older aircraft. “

We are confident that the 2019 Boeing Max will meet the Air Marshall’s mission of achieving world-leading aircraft.”

The Air Force has been trying to sell the new 737 Max as a way to reduce the military’s reliance on older aircraft.

The jet has had a rough few years, with delays and problems in its production.

It has been a boon for airlines, who have been eager to get the jet in their fleets.

The plane has been the most popular airliner in the United States for the past few years.

In 2018, Boeing sold Boeing 737 MAXs to U.S. Air Force Reserve members for $5.4 billion, and Air Force officials said that they expect to have about 20,000 MAXs in the fleet.

The service also said that it expects to receive approximately $1.6 billion in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) payments for the MAXs.

The Pentagon has said that the Air Marshals service is focused on making the MAX the best airplane for the Air Forces.

The planes have had a tough go of it in the military, as its fleet has grown smaller.

It was recently hit by a series of deadly incidents, including one in 2019 that left 17 people dead, including 14 service members.