The Pentagon's Fiscal 2010 budget proposal once again runs counter to Congressional desires by not including funding to pursue the General Electric-Rolls Royce F136 alternate F-35 Joint Strike Fighter engine. Here, Lockheed Martin reveals the new F-35 Lightning II during an inauguration ceremony at its Fort Worth, Tex., facility, July 7, 2006. Pratt & Whitney produces the F135, the sole engine currently in production for the F-35.
US Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Rusty Baker
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