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Boeing T-X is an all-new advanced pilot training system designed specifically for the U.S. Air Force training mission. It includes trainer aircraft, ground based training and support – designed together from the ground up.

The aircraft – the cornerstone of the complete training system – has one engine, twin tails, stadium seating and an advanced cockpit with embedded training. Boeing T-X is a production aircraft; it is not a prototype. We’ve already built two and we’re ready to build more! The system also includes state-of-the-art ground-based training and a maintenance-friendly design for long-term supportability.

Boeing is breaking the norm by investing our own resources to give the Air Force a brand new, flexible design that meets all requirements and can evolve as technologies, missions and training needs change. We’ve also taken advantage of the latest technologies, tools and manufacturing techniques – making Boeing T-X more affordable and flexible than older, existing aircraft.

Boeing T-X is real, ready and the right choice for training future pilots for generations to come.

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Boeing T-X Takes Off

Boeing T-X Takes Off

December 21, 2016 in Defense

The first of two production-ready aircraft built for the U.S. Air Force's advanced pilot training competition, took to the skies over St. Louis-Lambert International Airport for a successful first flight.

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