The T-6 trainer has been sold to several Middle East countries,
including Greece and Turkey. Executives said Raytheon has briefed them as
well as Israel regarding the new AT-6 variant.
Executives said the AT-6 could be fitted with head up display,
multi-function displays and integrated special missions and weapons systems
for combat, surveillance, command and control communications and training.
They said the AT-6 could replace fighter-jets as a low-cost surveillance and
light attack platform.