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GE Sees Bright Decade Ahead in Military and Commercial Aircraft Engines

PARIS AIR SHOW–Bolstered by its win in February in the U.S. Army Improved Turbine Engine Program (ITEP), General Electric [GE] sees a bright decade ahead in military and commercial aircraft engines. Tony Mathis, vice president and general manager of GE military systems; Bill Fitzgerald, vice president and general manager of commercial engine operations, and Jean […]

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