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AOA Simulations Boeing/Saab T-X Previews

Over on Facebook, AOA Simulations shared a few more previews of their upcoming Boeing/Saab T-X. According to the description with the previews, the team has been trying out the famous Mach Loop in their plane.…

AOA Simulations Boeing/Saab T-X Previews

Over on Facebook, AOA Simulations shared a few more previews of their upcoming Boeing/Saab T-X. According to the description with the previews, the team has been trying out the famous Mach Loop in their plane. The previews also show the airplane’s exterior in a more finished state than last time, with PBR textures and an entire arrangement of weaponry.

The plane has been in development for some time for X-Plane 11.

The Boeing T-X is a single-engine advanced jet trainer powered by a GE F404 after burning turbofan engine. The aircraft was first revealed in 2016, and in 2018 it was announced that the T-X would become the new U.S. Air Force’s jet trainer, replacing the T-38 Talon.

We’ll keep you up to date as more information and previews of this plane appear.

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