USAF Strives To Contain Rising Engine Sustainment Costs

Credit: F135 engine: Pratt & Whitney
ATLANTA—With the cost of supporting the decades-old engines powering many of its aircraft, the U.S. Air Force is focusing efforts on innovations in sustainment, the head of the service’s recently formed propulsion directorate says. Faster, cheaper inspections to determine whether parts can be...

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