Boeing Redesigns T-7 Canopy After Bird-Strike Risk Emerges

Boeing T-7 trainer
Credit: Brian Everstine/Aviation Week
Boeing has redesigned components of the T-7A Red Hawk trainer aircraft after tests showed how a bird strike against the cockpit canopy would endanger the pilot. The Government Accountability Office in a recent report states that in June 2021 the program began tracking a risk related to protecting...

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