High-Performance T-X Could Edge Out Low-Cost Bid
The U.S. Air Force has taken another step toward replacing its aging fleet of T-38 training aircraft, releasing a draft request for proposals (RFP) to the competitors that provides incentives for exceeding certain performance requirements for the next-generation T-X. This is the first time the Air...
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