USAF Addressing T-38 Engine Issues While Awaiting T-7

A Boeing T-7A Red Hawk arrives at Edwards AFB, California, in November 2023.

Credit: U.S. Air Force
AURORA, Colorado—A new effort to build and refurbish engine parts in-house has started to turn around powerplant problems with the U.S. Air Force’s T-38 trainer, while the schedule for its replacement has started to hold steady though officials warn further delays are possible. The service has been...

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