Cessna Aircraft dedicated a private facility and some of its top engineering talent and supply chain specialists to Textron AirLandâ€™s new Scorpion intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft, but whether the program remains in Wichita long-term is unclear. Textron on Sept. 16 unveiled the Scorpion, a two-seat jet powered by twin Honeywell TFE731s. The project, in the works for 18 months, is the culmination of a joint venture between Textron and a young ...
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