U.S. contractors court European trainer builders as USAF assesses T-X buy strategy
A transatlantic mating dance is under way as aerospace companies consider how to pair up to enter the upcoming competition for at least 350 advanced trainers for the U.S. Air Force. This T-X contract is likely the largest buy to come from the Air Force and, in an unusual twist, it is the U.S. companies courting foreign platform providers rather than overseas contractors chasing after stateside contractors. The big question that will shape how companies form teams for this ...
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