USAF orders T-38C aircraft modification kits
CPI Aerostructures has received purchase orders worth approximately $2 million from the US Air Force to provide structural modification kits for the T-38C Pacer Classic III aircraft, the company announced on 25 September.
Under an IDIQ contract awarded in February 2015, CPI Aerostructures is providing structural components, programme management, logistics, discrepancy reporting/resolution and sub-contract management as part of a modification programme designed to enhance T-38C operational capability while improving flight safety, reliability, and maintainability.
The T-38C is a twin engine, two seat, supersonic jet trainer used by Air Education Training Command as an advanced trainer in specialised undergraduate pilot training.
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