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September 24, 2010

BRS Aerospace to Provide Airframe Parachutes For Indian Air Force

Company Will Design A Recovery System For The HPT-32 Basic Trainer

BRS Aerospace of South St. Paul, Minnesota, a manufacturer of whole-airplane parachutes used mainly in the sport and GA sectors, announced it has been contracted to integrate and help certify its parachute recovery systems for the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) HPT-32 basic training aircraft.

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F135 Engine Exceeds 19,000 Hours

STOVL Variant Nears Initial Service Release Certification

The F135 engine for the F-35 Lightning Joint Strike fighter has surpassed 19,000 hours and the STOVL variant is in the final stages of testing prior to receiving Initial Service Release Certification from the U.S. Government later this year, Pratt & Whitney said Monday.

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Moving Towards A Green Eagle

F-15 Engine Tested On Tri-Fuel Blend

An F-15 Eagle engine is undergoing performance testing at Arnold Air Force Base in Tennessee using a unique blend of three different fuel types.

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