Generational improvements to combat propulsion performance have never been more pressing for the U.S. as it seeks to ensure continued air dominance in tempestuous theaters like the Indo-Pacific. GE Aerospace's XA100 is the most advanced combat engine in the world, and if implemented it would ...
“The adversary isn't going to take a knee if we take our time,” says Angelella. “That's why it's so important to go fast and stay ahead.”
Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Gen. Sam Angelella, Vice President for military customer programs at GE Aviation, discusses how rapid acquisition and sustainment can increase readiness and decrease costs for the American warfighter.
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