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Fall 2015

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8 e-Military Product News for Aviation Fall 2015 working with the Air Force to set the architecture and enabling technologies that will be critical to the warfghter for the next 20, 30, or 40 years." Matt Meininger, the Air Force Research Lab's manager of adaptive cycle programs such as ADVENT and AETD said his team was "very proud of the partnership we've established with GE. In this case, it has developed a signifcant amount of trust and respect in the relationship, so we end up with The adaptive cycle engine could achieve 10 percent higher thrust, 25 percent better fuel consumption, and 30 percent longer range. GE REPORTS Right: Looking over the 3-D printed ADVENT nozzles, similar to what is used in the LEAP, but more complex. GE REPORTS The U.S. Air Force reviews ADVENT engine parts. GE REPORTS a better product that's going to allow for better defense of our country." This article is courtesy of GE Reports, www.gereports.com. F E A T U R E

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