Will Ge's Engines Have To Prove Themselves In Court?Zachary Schiller
Are the General Electric Co. jet engines that power F-16 fighters and other military aircraft safe? GE thinks the question is absurd. But that hasn't stopped the U.S. Air Force from spending $200,000 testing parts of an F110-GE-129 engine at a plant in Mason, Ohio.
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