Raytheon’s T-X Team Gains Congressional Clout With Trump

Credit: An artist's rendering of Raytheon's proposed T-100 final assembly and checkout facility, which would be located at Meridian Regional Airport, Mississippi, if the company wins T-X: Raytheon
MERIDIAN, Mississippi—The Mississippi congressional delegation supporting Raytheon’s T-100 bid for the U.S. Air Force T-X next-generation trainer program has been bolstered by President-elect Donald Trump’s victory in November. Raytheon announced Meridian as its prospective final assembly and...

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