Outgoing U.S. Bomber Chief Sees Big Payoff In B-52 Engine Replacement

The outgoing chief of the U.S. “Mighty Eighth” Air Force has thrown his support behind a reengining of the Pratt & Whitney TF33 turbofan-powered Boeing B-52 heavy bomber, among other modernizations—just as the first nuclear-capable H-model ever to be regenerated from the “boneyard” salvage heap...

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