A fighter that’s been nicknamed the T1A for the Aussie Air Force and the first Australian air force plane to be designed and developed for a new type of aircraft.
The T-series fighters are expected to be ready for the Royal New Zealand Air Force in 2019.
It’s a big step for the Australian Defence Force, and a significant change in the way the service operates its forces.
The RNZAF’s first T-Series fighter, the T3A, was unveiled in the 1990s, and was a long way from its modern day look.
But that changed in 2014, when it was upgraded to the T4.
Its design is based on the RNZAS T-38A and the Australian Army’s F/A-18E Super Hornet.
The Australian Air Defence Force says it’s been a long time coming.
“We’re very pleased with the progress that’s being made and the commitment to the RCAF, as well as the wider Australian community,” Commander James Clark said.
“The Australian Defence Forces has been a part of the design process and we are very proud of the T2A.”
This is a major milestone for the RAAF, and the RNSF, both in terms of the aircraft that’s going into service and the capabilities that we can offer.
“The T4A is a more modern version of the fighter.
It has four engines, and can carry up to 16kg of bombs.
But it is the most modern of the R4A and R5A.
The Aussie air force also plans to develop a new version of its Aircrew Fighter, which is designed to fly on the A-pillar of a carrier.