F-22 faces additional technical, cost hurdles

Wall, Robert
March 1999
Aviation Week & Space Technology;3/8/1999, Vol. 150 Issue 10, p30
Trade Publication
Reports that the United States Air Force is facing a new set of technical complications on the F-22 development program. Installation of Pratt & Whitney F119 engine; Manufacturing of the wing-assembly and some composite parts; Congress' concerns about cost growth on the program.


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