As the shortage of F-35 engines improves, the pressure has been felt in other USAF fleets
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The US Air Force has begun to recover from an engine shortage in its F-35 fleet that has ground dozens of planes as Pratt & Whitney and the service depot altered some processes and sped up production. Air Combat Command (ACC) chief Gen. Mark Kelly said on October 25 that within the …
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