B-52 Engine Competition May Begin In 2019, USAF Says

Credit: USAF
The competition to replace the Boeing B-52 bomber’s outdated Pratt & Whitney TF33-103 engine could get underway in early 2019, the U.S. Air Force says. In response to questions from industry, the service says in a new contracting notification that the request for proposals for a new, commercial-off...

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