Boeing eyes South Korea as first Silent Eagle customer

01/18/2010 | AviationWeek.com

Boeing says it has completed radar-cross-section trials for its Silent Eagle semi-stealthy F-15 prototype and that South Korea could be its first customer. The country's upcoming F-X3 competition for 60 fighters could represent the first sales opportunity for the jet, and Boeing says it may consider international co-development partners for a Silent Eagle conformal fuel tank.

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