Monday, December 5, 2022

Topic: T-7A

Saab delivers T-7A fuselages to Boeing’s plant in St. Louis

Swedish company Saab announced on Friday that it has shipped the last of five fully installed T-7A Red Hawk aft fuselages from its factory in Linköping, Sweden to Boeing’s...

First T-7A aircraft for US Air Force rolls off Boeing production line

The first T-7A Red Hawk aircraft that will replace T-38 Talon jet trainers for the U.S. Air Force rolled off the Boeing’s production facilities in St Louis,...

Saab opens new facility in Indiana to support T-7A aircraft production

Swedish aerospace and defense company Saab opened a new production facility in West Lafayette, Indiana. According to a company news release, this purpose-built facility represents a major step in both Saab’s...

Saab shipped second aft airframe section of T-7A Red Hawk trainer

Swedish defense company Saab announced that it has shipped its second aft airframe section, which is for use in the T-7A Red Hawk flight test program. According to a company...

Boeing shares fascinating video of T-7A aircrew ejection seat test

Aerospace giant Boeing has released fascinating footage showing a test of ejection seat system for the U.S. Air Force's newest T-7A Red Hawk trainer aircraft.  "Watch as the...

Boeing begins production of newest T-7A aircraft

This month, American plane-maker Boeing started assembly on a U.S. Air Force’s all-new advanced trainer aircraft calls the T-7A Red Hawk at its factory in St. Louis,...

Boeing to showcase its latest defense products at IDEX 2021

American plane-maker and aerospace giant Boeing has confirmed that it will be on-ground exhibiting its diverse range of defense products and services capabilities at the biennial International...

Boeing announces plans that its T-7A, F-15EX will be Open Mission Systems compatible

Aerospace giant Boeing announced plans that its T-7A Red Hawk and F-15EX aircraft will be Open Mission Systems compatible in the future, and joining them will be...

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