Boeing and Saab introduced the Boeing T-X jet on Tuesday in St. Louis, which will compete for what analysts said will be a lucrative, long-term contract to replace the Air Force’s decades-old T-38 jet trainer.
Boeing and Saab introduced the Boeing T-X jet on Tuesday in St. Louis, which will compete for what analysts said will be a lucrative, long-term contract to replace the Air Force’s decades-old T-38 jet trainer. Eric Shindelbower Courtesy of Boeing
Boeing and Saab introduced the Boeing T-X jet on Tuesday in St. Louis, which will compete for what analysts said will be a lucrative, long-term contract to replace the Air Force’s decades-old T-38 jet trainer. Eric Shindelbower Courtesy of Boeing

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