No New Engines For U.S. Air Force F-35As

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The Pratt & Whitney F135 will receive an Engine Core Upgrade under the Air Force’s new budget plan.

Credit: R. Nial Bradshaw/U.S. Air Force
The U.S. Air Force has decided not to reengine its Lockheed Martin F-35s, ending a potential competition between GE Aerospace and Pratt & Whitney to equip the fleet with a new powerplant. But the service is not particularly happy about it. Its fiscal 2024 budget request ends funding for the Adaptive...

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