T-X Market. Boeing officials see a potential for 2,600 new aircraft based off the company’s forthcoming T-X trainer jet worldwide, they told reporters in St. Louis this week. The Air Force is planning to request up to 475 T-X aircraft to replace its aging T-38s,…

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