U.S. Air Force Chief Backs Idea Of Low-Cost Fighter Fleet

Credit: Scorpion: Textron
The U.S. Air Force chief of staff endorses the idea of buying 300 low-cost, light-attack fighters for counterterrorism missions as a “great idea.” Gen. David Goldfein is already preparing to talk with industry about engaging companies such as Textron, which makes the Scorpion light attack fighter...

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