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GE Aerospace has opened its newest Beavercreek, Dayton-area manufacturing site

GE Aerospace opens newest Beavercreek manufacturing site

GE Aerospace has announced the opening of its newest Beavercreek, Dayton-area site, dedicated to engine component manufacturing for civil, military aviation and aero derivative applications. The Beavercreek located on more than 53 acres at the Miami Valley Research Park, is 280,000 ft² and optimises operations from eight locations into one campus. Approximately 400 hourly and …

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GE’s T408 engine is a powerful and technologically advanced engine powering the three-engine Marine Corps’ CH-53K King Stallion heavy-lift helicopter

GE Aerospace awarded US$684 million contract for additional T408 engines

GE Aerospace along with NAVAIR have been awarded a US$683.7 million (£547 million) contract for three more lots of T408 engines that will power the U.S. Marine Corps’ heavy-lift helicopter, the Sikorsky CH-53K® King StallionTM. The contracts for engines and other ancillary services are subsequent to five previous contracts for T408 engines, the last being in …

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