AFTER FAILING TO reach a business agreement with its partner Leonardo regarding unit costs, Raytheon announced its withdrawal from the US Air Force’s T-X trainer competition on January 26. The team, which also included CAE USA and Honeywell Aerospace, had planned to offer Leonardo’s twin-engine M-346 Master as the T-100.

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