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Photos > CDP > Propulsion

Pratt & Whitney was awarded a contract for their CDP work in early 1997. In 1998 they tested the first prototypes of the engines that would power the X-32 and X-35 aircraft.

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Lockheed Martin SE611 First Engine to Test.  Photo courtesy of Pratt & Whitney. Lockheed Martin JSF CTOL propulsion test viewed from aft. Photo courtesy of Pratt & Whitney. Lockheed Martin JSF CTOL propulsion system testing viewed from side. Photo courtesy of Pratt & Whitney.
X-35 STOVL propulsion system testing at Pratt & Whitney facilities in West Palm Beach, Florida. Image courtesy of Pratt & Whitney. Pratt & Whitney employee modifying instrumentation on X-35 STOVL propulsion system test stand. Image courtesy of Pratt & Whitney. Lockheed Martin FX662 STOVL Engine on the A-9 Test Stand. Photo courtesy of Pratt & Whitney.
Lockheed Martin STOVL Three-Bearing Swivel Nozzle at 0 degrees rotation. Image courtesy of Pratt & Whitney. Lockheed Martin STOVL Three-Bearing Swivel Nozzle at 40 degrees rotation. Image courtesy of Pratt & Whitney. Lockheed Martin STOVL Three-Bearing Swivel Nozzle at 105 degrees rotation. Image courtesy of Pratt & Whitney.
Day time photo of Boeing STOVL Engine FX652 on the C-14 Test Stand. Photo courtesy of Pratt & Whitney. Night shot of Boeing STOVL Engine FX652 on the C-14 Test Stand. Photo courtesy of Pratt & Whitney. Pratt & Whitney employee inspecting Boeing STOVL Engine FX652. Photo courtesy of Pratt & Whitney.
Full-power test of Boeing STOVL Engine FX652. Photo courtesy of Pratt & Whitney. Boeing X-32 2-D nozzle. Photo courtesy of Pratt & Whitney. Lockheed Martin First Flight Test Engine.  Photo courtesy of Pratt & Whitney.
Lockheed X-35B with propulsion system highlighted and labeled. Image courtesy of Lockheed Martin. Boeing X-32B with propulsion system highlighted and labeled. Image courtesy of the Boeing Company. F135 Engine mounted on crane for publicity shot. Image courtesy of  Pratt & Whitney.

 



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