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    1. Boeing

      T-7A Red Hawk

      T-7A Red Hawk

      Future generations of U.S. Air Force pilots will train using this all-new advanced pilot training system.

      America's Trainer

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      The T-7A Red Hawk is the new advanced pilot training system for the U.S. Air Force that will train the next generation of pilots for decades to come.

      Building off the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen, the T-7A Red Hawk pays tribute to the legends of the past and the heroes of the future.

      An all-new training system purpose-built for the mission, the T-7A gives the U.S. Air Force a flexible design that can adapt as technologies and training needs change.

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      Feature Stories

      T-7A Put to the test

      Put to the test

      February 27, 2020 in Defense

      Boeing T-7A Crew Shuts Off, Restarts, Engine In-Flight to Demonstrate Reliability

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      T-7A, DEFIANT tapped technology titans

      T-7A, DEFIANT tapped technology titans

      December 3, 2019 in Defense

      Boeing’s T-7A Red Hawk and SB>1 DEFIANT named as some of “the most pivotal, influential and just plain awesome innovations” of the year.

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      New T-7A Red Hawk honors legends of the past and heroes of the future

      New T-7A Red Hawk honors legends of the past and heroes of the future

      September 16, 2019 in Defense

      U.S. Air Force reveals service name of its advanced pilot training system.

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      It’s Official: Boeing Wins T-X!

      It’s Official: Boeing Wins T-X!

      September 27, 2018 in Defense

      The U.S. Air Force has selected the Boeing T-X advanced pilot training system which features an all-new aircraft designed, developed and flight-tested by Boeing and Saab.

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      Boeing T-X is Ready for Training

      Boeing T-X is Ready for Training

      August 6, 2018 in Defense

      Boeing submits Final Proposal Revision to U.S. Air Force ahead of T-X award. Meet the people who helped make it possible.

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      T-X soars over St. Louis

      T-X soars over St. Louis

      July 13, 2018 in Defense

      Watch Boeing T-X make its air show debut at Fair St. Louis from our cockpit camera.

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      Real as it Gets Training

      Real as it Gets Training

      November 29, 2017 in Defense, Technology

      Boeing T-X ground-based training systems offer enhanced flight simulation training to help pilots seamlessly transition to the aircraft.

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      Designed with Maintainers in Mind

      Designed with Maintainers in Mind

      November 16, 2017 in Defense

      The T-X Advanced Pilot Training System’s smart design features easier access to panels, engine and seats.

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      Second T-X Takes Flight

      Second T-X Takes Flight

      April 25, 2017 in Defense

      Boeing and partner SAAB completed the first flight of the second production-ready T-X aircraft, which is identical to the first and designed specifically for the U.S. Air Force advanced pilot training requirement.

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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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      Boeing T-X Sees the Light

      Boeing T-X Sees the Light

      September 13, 2016 in Defense

      Boeing reveals their 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.

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      T-X Timeline

      Sept. 16, 2019 U.S. Air Force announces the official service name of the aircraft as the T-7A Red Hawk
      Aug. 6, 2019 Boeing T-X conducts its 100th flight
      July 1, 2019 Boeing T-X makes its first, official Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) flight test
      Sept. 27, 2018 Boeing Wins U.S. Air Force T-X Pilot Training Program Contract
      Sept. 18, 2017 Saab Offers U.S. Based Production Capability for T-X Trainer Aircraft
      June 26, 2017 Boeing submits flight test data for T-X proposal – two days ahead of schedule
      May 15, 2017 Boeing selects St. Louis for T-X final assembly and checkout
      April 27, 2017 Both Boeing T-X aircraft take to the skies, together in flight
      April 24, 2017 Second Boeing T-X makes first flight
      April 20, 2017 Second Boeing T-X aircraft taxis
      March 28, 2017 Boeing submits U.S. Air Force Advanced Pilot Training System proposal—two days ahead of schedule
      March 24, 2017 Boeing T-X completes four flights in one day—demonstrating maturity of design
      March 2, 2017 Tweet: Second Boeing T-X aircraft completes production
      Jan. 23, 2017 Boeing T-X achieves multiple days of three flights a day
      Dec. 21, 2016 Boeing T-X completes second flight
      Dec. 20, 2016 Boeing T-X completes first flight, validates design for Air Force requirements
      Dec. 15, 2016 Boeing T-X taxis
      Sept. 13, 2016 Boeing reveals two production-ready aircraft, the cornerstone of the complete Boeing T-X advanced pilot training system
      Dec. 6, 2013 Boeing and Saab sign a joint development agreement to compete for T-X with an all-new, purpose-built design

      T-7A NEWS

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