GE’s Warren on B-52 Re-Engine Proposals; Attracting A New Generation to Engineering


Shawn Warren, the vice president for large combat and mobility engines at GE Aviation, discusses the company’s two offerings for the US Air Force’s competition to re-engine the B-52 Stratofortress bomber — the CF34-10 and the Passport powerplants — and how to attract a new generation to engineering with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian at the Air Force Association’s 2020 Air Warfare Symposium in Orlando. Our coverage was sponsored by Leonardo DRS. Our coverage of the Surface Navy Association’s 2020 national symposium and the Navy League’s 2020 Sea Air Space conference and tradeshow are sponsored by GE Marine.

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