NEW DELHI — Pratt & Whitney has received a contract to produce the first four F117-PW-100 engines that will power the Boeing C-17 Globemaster III for the Indian air force. “The engines will be delivered in second quarter of 2012,” a Pratt official says. No financial details were given by the company, a unit of United Technologies Corp. India will take delivery of its first C-17s in early 2013. Earlier this year, India’s defense ministry signed a letter of offer and acceptance ...

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