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The Adaptive Engine Transition Program Will Revolutionize Combat Aircraft Performance

Constance Douris Aerospace, United States The Adaptive Engine Transition Program aims to transform the performance of jet engines. American air power is critical to mission success – it provides precision strike, rapid logistics, detailed reconnaissance and air dominance while denying those advantages to adversaries. It is essential that the U.S. continue to advance its air power to outpace future threats.
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