Textron Aviation Says Goodbye T-X, Hello OA-X

Credit: Despite some hope, it appears Textron had no aces up its sleeve for the U.S. Air Force's long-awaited T-X competition: Textron AirLand
Textron Aviation has officially decided that it cannot compete for the U.S. Air Force’s $16 billion next-generation training aircraft program with the company’s Scorpion. The company strung everybody along for months with claims that its Textron AirLand and Beechcraft Defense businesses were still...

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