Talk:Boeing RC-135

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Merger with Boeing RC-135 Air Seeker[edit]

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Corrected the dead-link reported by the InternetArchiveBot and set the SourceCheck Checked=True value.TadgStirkland401 (talk) 18:04, 20 July 2018 (UTC)

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Redirects for project names[edit]

So, tonight, I got on my stool looking for some memories, and just happened to search Wikipedia for the term "Combat Sent". Rather than giving me a red-link and telling me "Page does not exist", I got a redirect to this page about the RC-135. I realize one of the variants is called Combat Sent by project name, but there is a lot more to that project than just the aircraft specs. Why does any reference to a project of any kind automatically redirect to this article? The Big Safari article doesn't redirect. I'd imagine several of the projects have enough published information to allow for notability here and have their own articles... I don't understand. @BilCat:, I'm guessing you are the most likely to know the answer to my question. Thoughts? — TadgStirkland401 (TadgTalk) 21:24, 23 September 2018 (UTC)

Primarily because it's a merged article, and they aren't supposed to be deleted for attribution reasons. There wasn't much unique content before it was merged, as can be seen here. (Note that there was only one paragraph - the rest of the page is a transclusion of another article. It looks weird, but it wasn't that way when it was merged.) - BilCat (talk) 06:08, 24 September 2018 (UTC)