Northrop Walks Away From $16 Billion T-X Competition

Credit: Northrop's Model 400 training aircraft was spotted at the Mojave Air and Space Port in August 2016: Source withheld
Another domino has fallen in the U.S. Air Force’s competition for a next-generation training aircraft, with Northrop Grumman bowing out of the competition along with British teammate BAE Systems. The 350-aircraft T-X program is valued at $16 billion, replacing Northrop’s own T-38 Talon, which first...

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