While the U.S. Air Force is sticking with the General Electric [GE] F110-129 engine for the service’s F-15EX fighter by Boeing [BA], potential foreign buyers may want a possibly cheaper RTX [RTX] Pratt & Whitney F100-229 engine.

In 2021, the Air Force…

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