The KAI T-50 Golden Eagle is a supersonic advanced jet trainer being developed by KAI for the ROKAF. Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, the principal subcontractor to KAI, is providing technical expertise in all aspects of the program and is responsible for developing the T-50 avionics system, flight control system and wings.
T-50 Full Scale Development program began in 1997 and will continue through 2005.The T-50 will have the maneuverability, endurance and advanced systems to prepare future pilots to fly current and next-generation fighters like advanced F-16s, the F-22 and the Joint Strike Fighter. These same characteristics give it an excellent capability as a lead-in fighter trainer and potential light-combat aircraft in many air forces.
Supersonic Trainer/light-combat aircraft.
20 August 2002 T-50.
29 August 2003 A-50.
One General Electric 404-GE-102 turbofan with 17.700 pounds thrust.
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