USAF Warns F-35 Reengine Decision Needed For Health Of Industrial Base

GE XA100 aircraft engine
GE Aviation’s XA100 is one of two engines created for the U.S. Air Force’s Adaptive Engine Transition Program.
Credit: GE Aviation
The U.S. Air Force is aggressively pushing for the reengining of its Lockheed Martin F-35 fleet while simultaneously proceeding with a highly classified approach to powering its next-generation fighter, arguing it is not just the aircraft that needs approval for the new powerplants—it’s about the...

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