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Raytheon Company has announced that it plans to build the T-100 Integrated Air Training System on a shovel-ready site in Mississippi. Should the US Air Force approve the company’s proposal for the Advanced Pilot Training programme, Raytheon would establish a Final Assembly and Check-Out facility in Meridian.  The T-100 Integrated Air Training System is ...



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