New F-35 Engine Depot Expansion Plans Emerge


Credit: Pratt & Whitney
The U.S. Navy has released detailed plans for opening a second, domestic heavy maintenance center for Pratt & Whitney F135 engines powering Lockheed Martin F-35s. The 407,000-sq.-ft., $424 million facility is scheduled to begin construction at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, in fiscal 2026, says a...

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