House Bill Will Grant F136 Team Access To Government Facilities

The House Armed Services Committee has overwhelmingly approved a provision to the defense authorization bill that would require the Pentagon to grant General Electric and Rolls-Royce access to government facilities to work on the F136 alternate engine for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter during fiscal...

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