USAF Moves C-32A Research Funding To Supersonic Transport

Exosonic supersonic passenger jet concept
The U.S. military is considering a supersonic passenger jet for executive airlift and special operations missions, while a subscale prototype could become a candidate for a supersonic unmanned aircraft system.
Credit: Exosonic
An early funding stream to support a Boeing C-32A replacement for the U.S. Air Force could be shut down, with the remaining balance of funds transferred to another program supporting development of commercial supersonic transports. The Air Force had previously budgeted to spend $30.4 million between...

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