U.S. Air Force officials are confident the unique approach they have taken leading up to a request for proposals for a forthcoming competition to replace the T-38 advanced pilot trainer has sparked enough competition to drive cost for the system down, says Brig. Gen. Dawn Dunlop, director of requirements, plans and programs for Air Education and Training Command (AETC). This despite General Dynamics’ decision to abandon its role as prime contractor proposing a version of the Alenia ...

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