As production of Boeing’s venerated F-15 and F/A-18 fighters winds down, the company is struggling to stay in the tactical aircraft business beyond this decade. So it is taking no chances in the U.S. Air Force’s T-X advanced trainer competition, which may offer St. Louis a lifeline. Boeing and partner Saab finally lifted the curtain on their T-X offering here on Sept. 13, bringing to a close months of speculation about the clean-sheet aircraft. Boeing-Saab’s T-X is a ...

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