Raytheon's $4 billion T-6A Texan II venture with the US Joint Primary Aircraft Training System remains on schedule after the addition of structural modifications.

The next generation training aircraft set to replace the US Air Force's T-37 and Navy's T-34C has undergone load testing at all locations to generate more information to enhance the aircraft's long-term durability. A production T-6A Texan II has just completed its first military test.

Source: Flight Daily News