The U.S. Air Force’s choice of Boeing to supply the new T-X advanced pilot training jet to replace the Northrop T-38C Talon boosted the manufacturer’s profile as a training and simulation provider, a shift overshadowed by the hard-fought competition over the aircraft itself. With the T-X program in hand, Boeing dominates the U.S. lead-in fighter trainer segment, and it expects to prepare generations of Air Force pilots to fly fourth- and fifth-generation aircraft. A navalized ...

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