Boeing's fighter jet future will be unveiled designed to replace the T 38

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Cushtmoosh .com
Cushtmoosh .com
01 Oct 2020

Boeing's future in the fighter-jet business may ride on the Air Force's $11 billion contest for a new trainer aircraft, with the planemaker's factory hub in St. Louis on the line.

The world's largest aerospace company faces a dogfight with Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon for the contract to produce about 350 jets through the T-X advanced trainer program. The winning entry would replace the aging T-38 fleet on which U.S. military pilots have honed their flying skills since 1961.

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