US Testing its Recent Leading Boeing ᴀɪʀᴄʀᴀғᴛ

Contrary to popular belief, the military does not simply toss new recruits into the cockpits of their most advanced ᴀɪʀᴄʀᴀғᴛ.

Instead trainees spent countless hours studying flight mechanics in a classroom and using high-tech simulators of all kinds. Even then these pilots need to practice with special trainer ᴀɪʀᴄʀᴀғᴛ of which there have been dozens over the decades and most advanced of these and one of the only supersonic jet trainers is the Boeing Saab t7 Red Hawk.

The T7 had its first flight in December 2016 but didn’t officially enter U.S ᴍɪʟɪᴛᴀʀʏ service until 2021. The results of the partnership between American and Swedish Engineers, the T7 is a small dual seat ᴀɪʀᴄʀᴀғᴛ measuring 46 feet in length and boasting a wingspan of roughly 30 feet.

It is incredibly nimble and speedy for a trainer ᴀɪʀᴄʀᴀғᴛ with a maximum speed of just over 808 miles per hour or Mach 1.05. To discover more about this, please watch video below:

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