The $16.3 billion competition to build a next-generation T-X trainer for the U.S. Air Force is coming down to the wire, with a downselect to one of three industry teams expected by year-end. In the final stages of a contest with strong foreign participation, the three industry teams—Boeing/Saab, Lockheed Martin/Korea Aerospace Industries and Leonardo DRS—are elbowing to prove their trainer will be the most “American.”  Boeing and Saab stole the spotlight during ...

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