GE Aims for a Decade of Growth in Military Engines

Just as GE Aviation has renewed its portfolio of commercial engines, its military business is now coming under the spotlight as next-generation fighter and turboshaft engines near the culmination of their development programs.Rising U.S. defense science and technology budgets have driven GE Aviation...

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