Air International 2013-07
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Main: Technology
The F100 powerplant used by the F-16 Fighting Falcon
Future F117 production will largely rely on the C-17A Globemaster winning additional orders from overseas.
Production of the F119 engine, powerplant of the F-22 Raptor, has discontinued and Pratt & Whitney is now providing the US Air Force with aftermarket and sustainment support.
The F-22 Raptor's thrust vectoring F119.
The US Air Force selected P&W's off-the-shelf PW4062 large turbofan for the future KC-46A tanker.
Shot showing Pratt & Whitney fighter aircraft engine under test (an F135 for the F-35A variant of the Joint Strike Fighter)
The US Marine Corps' F-35B variant of the Joint Strike Fighter is powered by the P&W F135 engine and Rolls-Royce lift fan.