U.S. Navy Not Settled On Land-based Jet For T-45 Replacement

T-45
Credit: U.S. Navy
A U.S. Navy request for information (RFI) for a land-based aircraft to replace the Boeing T-45 may not represent the final requirement when the request for proposals (RFP) is released, the service’s top acquisition official said on May 20. The RFI, released on May 14, seemed like an attempt by the...

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