GE Accelerates Advanced Combat Engine Development Plans

LOS ANGELES — Following the termination of its long-running F136 alternative F-35 Joint Strike Fighter engine last year, General Electric is accelerating R&D efforts to support an installed base of 25,000 engines and provide new sixth-generation combat engines that it says will be needed sooner...

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