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Lawsuit Claims Pratt & Whitney Concealed Defects In Military Engine Production

Lawsuit Claims Pratt & Whitney Concealed Defects In Military Engine Production

A former Pratt & Whitney engineer has sued United Technologies Corp., accusing the conglomerate and jet engine-maker of concealing a defective spray coating process in the manufacture of U.S. military engines and firing him when he reported what he called “falsely manipulated testing.”

Peter J. Bonzani Jr., an employee of Pratt & Whitney from 2012 to 2015, also said in his federal lawsuit that durability testing of military engines was “the same or similar” to compromised testing of next-generation commercial engines.

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