As Engine Selection Nears, F-15EX Market Heats Up

three F-15s in formation
The first F-15EX delivered to the Air Force in March leads a formation that includes a 35-year-old F-15E and 40-year-old F-15C.
Credit: Tech. Sgt. John Raven/U.S. Air Force
An unlikely competition to supply the engines for the U.S. Air Force’s future lots of Boeing F-15EX fighters will soon come to an end. Bids are due April 7 from the familiar F-15 engine rivals—the GE Aviation F110 and Pratt & Whitney F100—for the largest single fighter propulsion system contract...

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