New Military Plane Goes from Design to Test Flight within a Year

Writing at Defense One, Marcus Weisgerber notes that a new airplane designed and built by Boeing and Saab went from the design stage to in the air within a year, “light speed for the defense industry.” “We don’t do that very often at The Boeing Company,” said Ted Torgerson, the project’s program manager. “I don’t want to say it’s not been done, but for a manned aircraft to go through a complete and production-ready design — that is as fast and as efficient as we’ve ever been through it.” The plane is competing to replace the Air Force’s 1960s-era T-38 Talon.

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