GE Drops Work On Alternate To Pratt Engine For FighterGE Aviation has abandoned efforts to keep alive development of its alternative engine for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. The move leaves East Hartford-based Pratt & Whitney as the sole supplier.
GE Will Continue F-35 Engine FightA spokesman for GE Aviation says a House vote Wednesday favoring the Pratt and Whitney engine for the Pentagon's F-35 fighter is a setback for GE, but he says the project will continue -- as will efforts to win approval for their alternate engine.
Ohio Senator Says Alternate Engine Still In Fighter Funding

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