The U.S. Air Force handed the titans of America’s military aerospace industry plenty of homework over the holidays, launching two multibillion dollar competitions in the final week of December. As they toast the New Year, industry teams vying for the $6.9 billion Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (J-Stars) and $16.3 billion T-X Advanced Pilot Trainer development contracts have been combing over thousands of pages of dry, technical information attached to the requests for ...

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