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  • T-38 AMP keeps trainer aircraft rolling

    Marchello Carrington, T-38 Aircraft Maintenance Program aircraft general technician, assesses for damage inside a T-38A/B engine panel at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, June 8, 2023. The T-38 AMP maintains T-38A/Bs across the Air Combat Command and T-38Cs assigned to the 586th Flight Test

  • Goldfein gets up close view of new T-X trainer

    After his first up-close view Jan. 15 of a ready-to-fly T-X, the Air Force’s training aircraft of the future, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein could have been expected to marvel at the technical sophistication of a state-of-the-art plane designed and manufactured not only with future