Progress toward adaptive-cycle combat engines for future U.S. fighters is accelerating, with first components delivered for prototype three-stream demonstrator engines, and new contracts awarded for the development and testing of technologies for flight-weight adaptive engines. Parts for General Electric’s XA100 have begun to arrive at the company’s Evendale, Ohio, facility, while both GE and Pratt & Whitney have secured additional work to evaluate suites of ...

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