The U.S. Air Force is in the early stages of reviewing a proposal that could roughly double the B-52H's engine power, Boeing officials told The DAILY. The Air Force has asked Boeing to greatly expand an ongoing study on the feasibility of re-engining the B-52H fleet. A six-month study contract had called for Boeing to deliver an analysis in July of a proposal to replace the B-52's eight 1950s-era Pratt & Whitney TF-33 engines with four modern and more efficient propulsion ...


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