Pratt & Whitney Launches Skunk Works-like Military Engine Group

Credit: Boeing C-17 F-117 engine: Pratt & Whitney
BROOKLYN, New York—In what may be the first “Skunk Works” type of fast-acting development effort at an aerospace engine maker, Pratt & Whitney on June 12 unveiled GatorWorks, a prototyping office that will aim for rapid and agile development of lower-cost military engines. The standard large engine...

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