22 May 2015
As of 2015, more than 1,000 pilots have been trained using the T-50. The aircraft fleet has accumulated more than 100,000 flight hours.
T-50 Program In Full Swing
26 September 2011
Ten years after the first T-50 rolled out the KAI factory in Sacheon, the program has radically improved the way fighter pilots are trained in Korea.
T-50 Flown By ROKAF Black Eagles
14 September 2011
The aerial demonstration team of the Republic of Korea Air Force, the Black Eagles, traded its standard-issue orange and white T-50 trainers for glossy black, white, and yellow T-50Bs for its 2011 show season.
Black Eagles Fly T-50
25 June 2010
The Black Eagles, the aerobatic team of the Republic of Korea Air Force, exchanged their A-37 light-attack aircraft for T-50 Golden Eagle supersonic trainers in 2009.
T-50 Program Milestones
14 February 2010
The T-50 was designed and developed to replace the T-38 and to train pilots to fly fifth generation fighters.
Thumbs Up For T-50
15 September 2007
The 203rd Squadron of the Republic of Korea Air Force is the world's first T-50 training unit.
15 November 2005
proclaims the caption beneath a large red and blue yin-yang of the Republic of Korea flag. This symbol, the Taeguk, dresses the ramp separating the production facility from the flight test hangars at Korea Aerospace Industries in Sach