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Topic - Eric Fanning
"The partnership we've had with Russia [for] that engine has been very important, I think, to both of us, but there are number of concerns the Air Force has and others have anytime we're relying on such an important piece of equipment from vendors outside of the United States," Air Force Undersecretary Eric Fanning said during a breakfast with reporters on Tuesday in Washington, the defense website reported.
"It's been a solid partnership for years now,"