T-7A Rollout Follows Boeing Charge, Air Force Procurement Plan
May 19, 2022
First came the bad news for the U.S. Air Force’s next-generation trainer: During an earnings call in late April, Boeing announced new charges and delays on the T-7A Red Hawk—the digitally designed advanced trainer set to replace the service’s old Northrop T-38s. Boeing posts a $367 million charge on...
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