Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Origin: South Korea
and United States of America
General Electric and KAI Korea Aerospace Industries
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Description: The F404-GE-102 engine is a derivative of the F404-GE-402 with special features related to safety. General Electric and KAI are developing this engine to meet the requirements of South Korea's advanced Trainer/Light Attack T-50 Golden Eagle aircraft.
Current F404-powered aircraft are twin-engine, excepting A-4S, so safety is an important milestone of -102 engine. The -102 engine must also meet the requirement of supersonic flight. First production -102 engines will be delivered in 2005.
Fan Diameter: 890 millimeter (35.0 inch)
Length: 3.91 meter (154 inch)
Dry Weight: 1,035 kilogram (2,282 pound)
Thrust: 17,700 pound (8.03 ton)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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on 19 Feb 2003
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