Textron AirLand’s new Scorpion, a tactile military jet, is now part of a suite of aircraft the company can offer for defense missions. The Scorpion was on display this month at the Farnborough International Airshow. The plane, in flight testing, flew from Wichita to London for the show.
Textron AirLand’s new Scorpion, a tactile military jet, is now part of a suite of aircraft the company can offer for defense missions. The Scorpion was on display this month at the Farnborough International Airshow. The plane, in flight testing, flew from Wichita to London for the show. The Wichita Eagle
Textron AirLand’s new Scorpion, a tactile military jet, is now part of a suite of aircraft the company can offer for defense missions. The Scorpion was on display this month at the Farnborough International Airshow. The plane, in flight testing, flew from Wichita to London for the show. The Wichita Eagle

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